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The Dialogue of Constitutional Judges

Tudorel Toader and Marieta Safta

This book, both internally and internationally, determines the constitutionalization and uniformity of law, respectively the overall strengthening of the protection of values of the rule of law. The authors present the mechanisms of institutional cooperation between the Constitutional Court and the Court of Justice of the European Union, the European Court of Human Rights, the other constitutional courts, the Venice Commission, the Parliament, the President of Romania, the Government, the Advocate of the People, the courts of law and the media.
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III. The Dialogue Between Constitutional Judges and Authorities at the Internal Level


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III.  The Dialogue Between Constitutional Judges and Authorities at the Internal Level

1.  Dialogue partners

According to Article 1 para. (4) of the Constitution of Romania: “The State shall be organized based on the principle of the separation and balance of powers – legislative, executive, and judicial – within the framework of a constitutional democracy”.

The legislative power shall be exercised by Parliament, which, according to Article 61 para. (1) of the Constitution of Romania, “is the supreme representative body of the Romanian people and the sole legislative authority of the country.”

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