Title:Postcommunist Charters of Rights in Europe and the US Bill of Rights Author(s):SADURSKI, WojciechDate:2002Citation:
- Journal of Law and Contemporary Problems, 2002, 65, 101-127
Title:Law’s Legitimacy and ‘Democracy-Plus' Author(s):SADURSKI, WojciechDate:2006Citation:
- Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 2006, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 377-409
Type:ArticleAbstract:Is it the case that the law, in order to be fully legitimate, must not only be adopted in a procedurally correct way but must also comply with certain substantive values? In the first part of the article I prepare the ...
Title:‘Solange, chapter 3’: Constitutional Courts in Central Europe-Democracy- European Union Author(s):SADURSKI, WojciechDate:2008Citation:
- European Law Journal, 2008, 14, 1, 1-35
Type:ArticleAbstract:Soon after the accession of eight post-communist states from Central and
Eastern Europe to the EU, the constitutional courts of some of these countries questioned
the principle of supremacy of EU law over national ...
Title:Legitimacy, Political Equality, and Majority Rule Author(s):SADURSKI, WojciechDate:2008Citation:
- Ratio Juris, 2008, 21, 1, 39-65
Type:ArticleAbstract:This paper claims that the intuitive and widespread legitimating power of
majority rule (MR) arises from the link between majority rule and the principle of
equality of political opportunity. The egalitarian character ...
Title:Juridical Coups d’etat – all over the place. Comment on “The Juridical Coup d’etat and the Problem of Authority” by Alec Stone Sweet Author(s):SADURSKI, WojciechDate:2007Citation:
- German law journal, 2007, Vol. 8, No. 10, pp. 935-940
Type:ArticleAbstract:There is a strong temptation to take the metaphor of “coup d’état” too seriously and follow it up by showing that it is not all that accurate. Normally we speak of a coup d’état, at least in a democratic setting, when there ...
Title:Protection of Minority Rights in Central and Eastern Europe: The Role of Constitutional Courts and of Accession to the EU Author(s):SADURSKI, WojciechDate:2007Citation:
- Sravnitelnoe Konstitutsionnoe Obozrenie, 2007, 58, 1, 90-101
Title:Rights and moral reasoning: an unstated assumption - a comment on Jeremy Waldron's 'judges as moral reasoners' Author(s):SADURSKI, WojciechDate:2009Citation:
- International journal of constitutional law, 2009, 7, 1, 25-45
Type:ArticleAbstract:Both defenders and critics of judicial review assume that a special moral capacity is needed for a correct articulation of constitutional rights, although they disagree about who is likely to possess this moral capacity ...