Court regulation

Constitutional courts and relations between parliaments and executive authorities. The limits to court regulation of a system of government

Abstract: 
The contemporary doctrinal craze for constitutional justice and the exaltation of ‘constitutional democracy’ considered primarily as a regime for guaranteeing individual rights has somewhat overshadowed a non-negligible problem – the problem of the role of the constitutional court in relations between governing organs, namely the deliberative assemblies and the authorities wielding immediate power, in other words the (poorly named) ‘executive’ authority (government and, as the case may be, the head of state).