Constitutional dialogue in common law asia po jen yap abstract constitutional dialogue is a distinct form of institutional interaction whereby the pursuit of legislative goals can be constructively altered but not foreclosed by judicial input into the lawmaking process even though the respective constitutions of hong kong malaysia and . Wen chen chang constitutional dialogue in common law asia international journal of constitutional law volume 15 issue 1 1 january 2017 of sub constitutional doctrines or interpretive techniques in common law systems particularly present in common law asia which may foster constitutional dialogue between the legislature and courts. Constitutional dialogue in common law asia po jen yap aids understanding of the particular issues facing the constitutional systems of hong kong malaysia and singapore through a comprehensive overview of the judicial techniques involved. Virtual bookshelf a review of constitutional dialogue in common law asia by po jen yap richard albert the university of texas at austin the concept of constitutional dialogue has become prevalent in public law scholarship. Drawing on the history and constitutional framework of these asian law systems this book examines the political structures and traditions that were inherited from the british colonial government and the major constitutional developments since decolonization
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