The Role of the Constitutional Court in the Consolidation of the Rule of Law: Proceedings of the UniDem Seminar Organised in Bucharest on 8-10 June 1994 in Co-operation with the Romanian Constitutional Court with the Support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania
Council of Europe, 1994 - Constitutional courts - 149 pages
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