oa Constitutional Court Review - Principled calm amidst a shameless storm : testing the limits of the judicial regulation of legislative and executive power



This article seeks broadly to analyse some of the judgments handed down by the Constitutional Court (CC) in 2008 which directly or indirectly impact on the relationships between the judiciary on the one hand and the legislature and executive on the other. The organising theme is the doctrine of the separation of powers, as was required by Constitutional Principle VI of the transitional Constitution of 1993, compliance with which in the final Constitution was certified by the CC in the Certification judgments in 1996.


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