Should the Constitution be amended to introduce public participation to courts: if so, to what extent?

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Straipsnis / Article
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Anglų kalba / English
Title:
Should the Constitution be amended to introduce public participation to courts: if so, to what extent?
In the Journal:
Contemporary research on organization management and administration [CROMA journal]. 2020, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 6-31
Keywords:
LT
Konstitucija; Konstitucijos pakeitimai; Konstitucijos pakeitimai, valdžių padalijimo principas; Konstitucinis; Konstitucinės teisinės valstybės principas; Pakeitimai; Tarėjai; Tarėjų atranka; Tarėjų parinkimas; Valdžių padalijimo principas; Vientisumo principas.
EN
Amendments; Amendments to a constitution; Constitution; Constitutional; Constitutional amendments; Lay judges; Selection of lay judges; The principle of constitutional rule of law; The principle of integrity; The principle of separation of powers.
Summary / Abstract:

ENThis research paper analyses the participation of members of the public (public participation)1 in the administration of justice, focusing on the problematic aspects of constitutional regulation. Constitutional amendments should establish a regulation that allows members of the public to participate in the administration of justice. [...]. [From the publication]

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