Political constitutionalism and executive power
in The political theory of the Irish Constitution
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This chapter considers how republican ideas inform the constitutional relationship between the executive and the legislature. In particular it explores the republican virtues of the Westminster model of accountable government. However, it also considers the problem of executive dominance that has developed within the Irish version of this model.

The political theory of the Irish Constitution

Republicanism and the basic law

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