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The Constitution of Israel

A Contextual Analysis

By: Suzie Navot
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Published: 01-12-2014
Format: EPUB eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 286
ISBN: 9781782252092
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Constitutional Systems of the World
RRP: £24.82
Online price : £22.34
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About The Constitution of Israel

This book presents the main features of the Israeli constitutional system and a topical discussion of Israel's basic laws. It focuses on constitutional history and the peculiar decision to frame a constitution 'by stages'. Following its British heritage and the lack of a formal constitution, Israel's democracy grew for more than four decades on the principle of parliamentary supremacy. Introducing a constitutional model and the concept of judicial review of laws, the 'constitutional revolution' of the 1990s started a new era in Israel's constitutional history. The book's main themes include: constitutional principles; the legislature and the electoral system; the executive; the protection of fundamental rights and the crucial role of the Supreme Court in Israel's constitutional discourse. It further presents Israel's unique aspects as a Jewish and democratic state, and its ongoing search for the right balance between human rights and national security. Finally, the book offers a critical discussion of the development of Israel's constitution and local projects aimed at enacting a single and comprehensive text.

Table Of Contents

1. Israel's Constitutional History
2. Sources of the Constitution
3. Constitutional Principles
4. Parliament : The Knesset
5. The Government and the Executive
6. Watchdog Agencies
7. The Constitutional Role of Courts
8. Human Rights

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