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Title Anti-constitutional populism / edited by Martin Krygier, University of New South Wales, Sydney; Adam Czarnota, University of New South Wales, Sydney; Wojciech Sadurski, University of Sydney.

Published Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2022.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Cambridge studies in law and society
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Populist constitutionalism -- between democracy authoritarianism / Bojan Bugarič -- Anti-elitism and the Constitution -- some reflections on populist constitutionalism / Lucia Corso -- Constitutional polulism in South Africa / Theunis Roux -- Subaltern populism -- dutertismo and the war on constitutional demcracy / Richard Javad Heydarian -- Populism, constitutional democracy and high courts -- lessons from the Venezuelan Case / Raul A Sánchez Urribarrí -- When Bolsonaro and the judges go shopping -- how Brazil's legal elites opened the door for Bolsonaro's bad populism / Alexandre Fleck Soares Brandao -- Disarming the guardians -- the transformation of the Hungarian Constitutional Court After 2010 / Eszter Bodnár -- Conservative populism in defiance of anti-totalitarian constitutional democracy / Paul Blokker -- Constitutional populism and the rule of law in Poland / Michał Stambulski -- Populism or authoritarianism? A plaidoyer against illiberal or authoritarian constitutionalism / Gábor Halmai -- Populism and crisis of constitutional pluralism / Julian Scholtes -- Populist constitutional grammar -- between manipulative borrowing and bad (judicial) masters / Oreste Pollicino -- Constitutional populism versus EU Law : a much more complex story than you imagined / Dimitry Vladimirovich Kochenov and Barbara Grabowska -- Sources of constitutional populism -- democracy, identity and economic exclusions / Adam Czarnota -- Institutional populism, courts and the European Union / Wojciech Sadurski.
Summary "In recent years political movements of a decidedly 'anti-establishment' character have taken many countries by storm, and many observers by surprise. Among the characteristics these movements share is that they, and more particularly their leaders, claim uniquely to represent the true, real people of the country, a claim that does not depend upon, but frequently can boast confirmation in electoral victory. For unlike standard-issue coup-ists and putsch-ists, communists and fascists (also anti-establishmentarian until they become established), these movements are not shy of elections. They feed off them"-- Provided by publisher.
Other author Krygier, Martin, editor.
Czarnota, Adam W., editor.
Sadurski, Wojciech, 1950- editor.
Subject Constitutional law.
Elite (Social sciences)
Social classes.
ISBN 9781009031103 (epub)
9781316516164 (hardback)
9781009013802 (paperback)