Marina Muskhelishvili – Constitutional Changes in Georgia

Muskhelishvili, M. (2005). Constitutional changes in Georgia. Centre for Social Studies.

What are the parameters that legitimize the state, law and government in 2000s Georgia? What kind of political discourses characterize the regime that is described as “illiberal democracy?” Does constitutional liberalism have any prospects in Georgia? These are the issues that are discussed in light of the constitutional changes in Georgia.

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