Specific topics of general political systems and constitutional law


About the book you will find in the documents at the left section: The subject of this monograph, as evidenced by its title, is the doctrine of the revolution. This theory, formulated by public law, which deals with the meaning of the revolution and its implications for the law and the state. The paper examines in particular the meaning of the revolution and the problem of its law producing power. In particular are examined, the recognition, the foundation and conditions for implementing the principle of law producing power of the revolution abroad, in Greece and in international law. The study also deals with the interpretation of the original provision of Art. 87 § 2 of the current Constitution of Greece, which excludes the law producing power of the coup. Neo Psychiko, November 2014   Important note: According to Law. 2121/93 regarding the intellectual property is prohibited-Tai Republication and general reproduction of this project, storing it in databases, retransmission in elec- by wire or any other form, in the original or in translation; or Another adaptation without the written permission of the author.


Objectives

The main aim of the course is to illustrate, analyze and expand issues having to do with both the general issues of political systems and with issues of constitutional law.


Prerequisites

No prerequisites.


Syllabus

The course contains both specific issues and general political systems of constitutional law, deepening further the concepts, definitions and issues presented in the corresponding introductory lesson.More specifically it includes the following sections: 1st Unit: The Revolution generally- The concept of revolution- The distinction of the revolution from the coup and the right to resist. The distinction of the revolution from the coup b. The distinction of the revolution from the right of resistance - The revolution object of public law 2nd Unit: PRINCIPLE OF LAWPRODUCING POWER OF REVOLUTION - The general recognition of authority a. Recognition of the principle abroad b. Recognition principle in Greece c. The recognition of the principle in international law - The foundation of authority; The conditions of application of authority A. The conditions for implementing the principle abroad a. The violent state change b. The prevalence of violent political changes B. The conditions for applying the authority in Greece a. Under the effect of the previous Constitutions aa. The violent state change BB. The prevalence of violent political changes b. Blocking law producing power of coup by the provision of Art. 87 § 2 of the current Constitution aa. The history of the device BB. The distinction of the provision by the provision of Art. 93 § 4 of the Constitution c. The interpretation of the provision d. The practical importance of provision 3rd Unit SCOPE ELIMINATION OF PRE REVOLUTIONARY LAW. 4th Unit NOT REPEAL OF THE STATE OF THE REVOLUTION.

COURSE DETAILS

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Type:

Undergraduate

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Instructors: Polyxeni Papadakis
Department: Public Administration Department
Institution: Panteion University
Subject: Anthropology
Rights: CC - Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives

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