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The nature of interim constitutions: a comparative analysis

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This thesis concerns interim or deliberately temporary constitutional texts. I argue that interim constitutions are a new form of constitutional text, with unique possibilities and pitfalls. I explore the argument that interim constitutions represent an attempt to forge a more legitimate constitutional structure, through a two-stage drafting procedure, heightened judicial oversight, an increased role for international law and institutions, a mutual interdependence with transitional justice...

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Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
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DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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