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On the Concept, Meaning, and Elements of the Legal Regulation of Opposition

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Faculty of Political Science
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  • Law
  • Political Science

Abstract

The idea of the existence of the legal foundations of the opposition implies granting certain rights to opposition which finds in the parliament a privileged means its expression and recognition. The diversified "statue of the opposition" is the basic feature of contemporary constitutional democracies, both traditional and "nouveau". The text points to the terminological and other differences between the opposition as an institution and other forms in which parliamentary opposition finds its affirmation, as well as to the means apportioned to the opposition, both in the rule of law states and in the new democracies, including Croatia.

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