CONSTITUTIONAL LEGALIZATION OF JUDICIARY PRINCIPLES:
EXPERIENCE OF AMERICAN STATES
The article presents the results of the comparative legal study concerning the formalization of the judiciary principles in the constitutions of Latin American states. Most of the analyzed constitutions identified special sections on the judiciary, many of which are distinguished by fragmentation into smaller structural units. At the same time, the special chapters formalized the judiciary principles in the varieties of the judicial system, legal proceedings, as well as in the organization and activities of judges.
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