BOOK REVIEW: LIABILITY IN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, AUTHORS: LECTURER PHD NEMTOI GABRIELA IASI, ROMANIA: LUMEN PUBLISHING HOUSE
Keywords:political responsibility of MPs, pecuniary liability, disciplinary responsibility of magistrates.
AbstractLiability Forms, whether it is a contractual or a tortious liability, occupies an important space in any branch of law, because they require an act, or by default by carrying out an obligation in case of a legal relationship. Liability is a way, indirectly said, to sanction the lack of an act or a legal fact that was committed. In case of constitutional responsibility, the author had in mind not only the limited legal norms which coordinates the work of state institutions and the limit of the work of state officials, in their capacity as the dignitaries under the name of parliamentary, ministers, magistrates. Constitutional responsibility must be perceived as its existential form of constitutional guarantees, which allows the state to correct the abuses, which government institutions are committing in relation to the citizen. Thus, the importance of the theory of constitutional responsibility and state law is given by the fact that it provides an overview of all phenomena that relate to the theme addressed "Liability in constitutional law".
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