IN PRAISE OF COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: LESSONS FROM THE COMMONWEALTH

John Hatchard, Jecelynne Scutt

Abstract


Constitutions come in all shapes and sizes. Some provide for a federal or confederal structure whilst others adopt a unitary model. Internal ethnic, religious or other factors may determine the structure and distribution of constitutional powers, issues that are often of less significance in a constitution written for a more homogenous population

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