In the absence of a constitution, Poland has been relying on a hodgepodge of often outdated and unclear legislation to regulate intra-government relations, the judiciary, and citizens’ rights. Political wrangling has made the adoption of a new constitution difficult by JAKUB KARPINSKI IN AT LEAST ONE RESPECT, THE CONTEMPOrary Polish legal system resembles the British […]

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