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

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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
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Administravimas. Valstybės tarnyba / Administration. Public service; Konstitucinė teisė. Konstitucija / Constitutional law. Constitution.
Summary / Abstract:

LTReikšminiai žodžiai: Konstitucija; Konstitucijos pakeitimai; Konstitucijos pakeitimai, valdžių padalijimo principas; Konstitucinis; Konstitucinės teisinės valstybės principas; Pakeitimai; Tarėjai; Tarėjų atranka; Tarėjų parinkimas; Valdžių padalijimo principas; Vientisumo principas; 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.

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]

DOI:
10.33605/croma-022020-001
ISSN:
2335-7959
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