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The Polish president's veto

Polish President Andrzej Duda has exercised his veto against two of the government’s bills to change the appointment of judges. Media accounts are treating this action as a “surprise”, but it really should not be seen as such. 674 more words

Presidential & Parliamentary Systems

Erdogan declares victory in country's constitutional referendum

The Turkish president has declared victory in the country’s constitutional referendum that extends his executive powers. Rejep Tayyip Erdogan added that the nation had made a historic decision by approving the referendum. 113 more words


Turkey referendum: Latin Americanization on the road to autocracy

Turkey will go to the polls on April 16th, to vote on a set of constitutional amendments which would change the country’s system of government to presidentialism. 1,286 more words

Presidential & Parliamentary Systems

Liversidge v Anderson

To read about this case in greater depth, and with the benefit of full OSCOLA referencing, simply purchase a copy of ‘The Case Law Compendium: English & European Law’ from leading booksellers around the world. 246 more words

Neil Egan-Ronayne