TITLE

ZAŁOŻENIA, PRZEBIEG I SKUTKI REFORMY EGZEKUTYWY W IZRAELU W LATACH 1992-2001

AUTHOR(S)
SADOWSKA, Elżbieta
PUB. DATE
November 2012
SOURCE
Politeja;2012, Vol. 21, p401
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In 1992 Knesset decided to improve a parliamentary system of government in Israel introducing direct election of a prime minister. New regulation was in force in the years 1992-2001. After that it returned to the previous system. This article is about causes, course and consequences of constitutional reform in Israel. It describes political and social situation which led to this change and presents different opinions and proposals on this matter. It discusses the implementation of the reform and functioning of the political system under direct election of a prime minister. Confronting the results of given reform whit those anticipated by its proponents the article shows the complexity of any constitutional change.
ACCESSION #
89246608

 

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