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|Keywords:||Constitutional law - Palestine;Law reviews - Palestine||Issue Date:||6-May-2019||Publisher:||I•CONnect and the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy at Boston College||Source:||In: 2018 Global Review of Constitutional Law, Richard Albert, David Landau, Pietro Faraguna and Simon Drugda, (eds.). I•CONnect and the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy at Boston College, 2019, pp. 224-228.||Abstract:||Palestine’s accession to a large number of international treaties occurred in the absence of a constitutional provision that clarified their status within the domestic legal system. In 2018 the Supreme Constitutional Court unsuccessfully tried to fill this gap, and further exacerbated the problem it sought to resolve.||Description:||Article published in journal : Global Review of Constitutional Law, 2018, pp. 224-228||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/6332|
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