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Synonyms for constitutionalize

provide with a constitution, as of a country

take a walk for one's health or to aid digestion, as after a meal

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incorporate into a constitution, make constitutional

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One possible effect of constitutionalization was that judges 'and not the democratically elected legislatures .
In such a situation, the constitutionalization of the rights of nature can be justified as a constitutional form that--just as the right to vote or the freedom of assembly--will tend to promote a state of things in which different forms of democratic decision making, including the exercise of constituent power, will be possible.
Thus, the postulated criteria of validity play a catelytic role in streamlining authority (including the majority in parliaments) by demanding compliance with the constitutionalization of law, and exhausting the prescribed processes, which are nonderogable a priori standards recognized either through the process of incorporation or interpretation in the rule of law legal system.
what has been effectively described by Antonio Negri as a long-standing process of constitutionalization of labor" (Mezzadra, "How Many Histories of Labor?
Richard Pildes, The Constitutionalization of Democratic Politics, 118 HARV.
principles and mechanisms must involve their constitutionalization in
Alderson, The Constitutionalization of Defamation: American and Canadian Approaches to the Constitutional Regulation of Speech, 15 Adocs'.
On the 2nd of May 2011 the law is sent to require a point of view of the Government that expresses its reserve towards it (lack of constitutionalization of some articles, the complex of bio-ethical elements, health and educational elements that should be subject of some more ample debates).
The constitutionalization of public education attends to the
In contrast, Balkin argues that the constitutionalization of standards and principles obliges judges to apply the reasonable understanding of those standards and principles in light of contemporary challenges and contemporary norms and understandings.
Other important constitutional achievements attended the November 5, 1981 agreement: an amending formula that enabled constitutional patriation; the constitutionalization of rights; and a commitment to fund public services and public government equally.
2006) study the conditions, in particular in terms of strategic action in a community environment, that are conducive to the constitutionalization of the EU (extension of the powers of the European Parliament and of the institutionalization of human rights).
The Committee proposed a gradual approach, namely to institute advanced regionalization through the enactment of a law, under the current institutional framework, until the right conditions are there for the constitutionalization of regionalization.
David Jenkins, Associate Professor of Law, University of Copenhagen (member of the Centre for European Constitutionalization and Security, in collaboration with the Centre for Advanced Security Theory); Attorney at Law (W.
The Ukrainian pro-independence movement of 1917-1918, described by Bilinski (1964:4) as "a rush venture of a few intellectuals, supported by a few thousand of romantic youth" made a promising attempt towards constitutionalization with the Tsentralna Rada adopting its four Universals.