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Synonyms for constitutional

Synonyms for constitutional

forming an essential element, as arising from the basic structure of an individual

constituting or forming part of the essence of something

a usually brief and regular journey on foot, especially for exercise

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Synonyms for constitutional

a regular walk taken as a form of exercise

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sanctioned by or consistent with or operating under the law determining the fundamental political principles of a government

existing as an essential constituent or characteristic

constitutional in the structure of something (especially your physical makeup)

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50) Entrenching the rules of formal amendment in a constitutional text provides a roadmap for effecting constitutional changes that range from modest to major, without having to write an entirely new constitution, resort to irregular methods of constitutional renewal, or take up arms.
The narrative in the book is framed within the concept of constitutional moments, as developed by Bruce Ackerman in the United States context.
In preparation for the meetings, President of the Constitutional Court Salem bin Mohammed Al Kuwari received President of The Union of Arab Courts and Constitutional Councils and Vice President of Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court Dr.
An example in point is the case of the Russian Constitutional Court which was altogether suspended in 1993 by the President Boris Yeltsin after it had sided with the Parliament in a dispute between it and the President.
Hikmat said this meeting is in line with the efforts of the Constitutional Court to consolidate ties and cooperation with the Arab courts and constitutional councils and impart legal and constitutional experiences.
Kyrgyzstan was represented by a delegation of the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court led by Chairman of the Chamber Mukambet Kasymaliyev.
In my previous column, I quoted Erdoy-an's remarks about the Constitutional Court's Twitter decision.
Constitutionalism and the principle of the rule of law have strengthened the sense of the existence and jurisdiction of constitutional courts.
Much of the current debate among politicians, members of the media, and the American public does not actually discuss constitutional law.
Interpretive practice is supplemented through a process of constitutional construction.
Commenting on the decision taken by Turkey's top legal body Constitutional Court to annul some articles of the constitutional package, Turkish Interior Minister Besir Atalay said, "It is not the court's duty to deal with the merits of the matter.
But when judges confidently and correctly know something about a strongly held view in the polity, that view could be part of the constitutional calculus.
The executive and legislative authorities should regulate the Constitutional Court's work with a law rather the Constitutional Court itself with rules of procedure.
Bulgaria's ethnic Turkish party DPS is going to file a suit with the ECHR disputing a ruling of the Bulgarian Constitutional Court under which it loses one MP seat.
The Lustration, the external evaluation, the religious instruction, the church on the main square, the patriotic fiscal bill are just some parts of the Government's project that the Constitutional Court has either repealed or is on its way to do so.
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