27th June 2009
Theme 1: Adapting Old Ideas
-The Nation-State, sovereignty and its accessories
-The problem of support (Legitimacy, the political system, Bi partisan,â¦)
-The question of the central state and its peripheries (Form of state, unitary, decentralisation, devolution, jacobinism)
-Modifications/revisions of the Constitution (frequency, substantial issues)
Theme 2: Considering New Demands
-Citizens, rights and the future
-Accountability, control and transparency
-The rule of law, Human Rights and l'Etat de droit
-A republic, no monarch; a democracy, one monarch: (issues about the head of state)
-Applying the constitution. Constitutions and the judiciary
Sollicitors and barristers may claim CPD hours through attendance at this event.
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