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GREAT UNION CONSTITUTIONALISM. POLITICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS

Marius Andreescu and Andra Puran
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Marius Andreescu: University of Pitesti; Judge, Court of Appeal Pitesti
Andra Puran: University of Pitesti

Law, Society & Organisations, 2018, issue 5 (2/2018), 67-73

Abstract: The activity of some great politicians and statesmen of the time was of particular importance for the achievement of the Great Union in 1918. A remarkable personality of that time is Ion I.C. Brătianu. In this study we recall the great politician and statesman and in particular his major contribution to the adoption of the Constitution of 1923 which conferred constitutional significance to the great Union; he also contributed to the legislation adopted on the basis of the Fundamental Law from 1923 which aligned the Romanian state to the European states. The study outlines the historical context and content of the Declarations adopted in 1918 by which the Romanian provinces under foreign rule joined the Kingdom of Romania. We consider that these documents are legal and political acts of constitutional value that are important for Romanian constitutionalism.

Keywords: Ion I.C. Bratianu and his personality; Governmental; political and diplomatic activity; Contributions to the adoption of the Constitution of 1923; Contributions to the adoption of legislation based on the Fundamental Law of 1923; Constitutional acts of the Great Union (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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