Le parole chiave nello studio del rapporto fra Parlamento e Governo nella Contribution a la Théorie Génerale de l’Etat di Carré de Malberg

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Abstract

The essay, inspired by the Contribution a la Théorie Génerale de l’Etat, analyzes,through some keywords, the Carré de Malberg’s theory of relationship between Parliament and the Government in the French Third Republic form ofgovernment.Starting from the point-by-point confutation of Montesquieu’s theory of separation of powers, the author believes that there must be a supreme organ toensure the uniqueness and indivisibility of the will and sovereignty of theState and identifies it in the Parliament.The relationship between these two organs are therefore organized according to a system of gradation of powers, for which the puissance originale of thepeople will degrade into the lower one, (the legislative), which in turn willdegrade into the lower one, (the executive). So in the author’s theoretical material functions are all exercised for the same purpose by all organs, but theseare not among them in equal position, but are overwhelmed by the superiority of the Parliament.Conscious of the necessity of finding a limit to that supremacy and unable toretrieve it in the Constitution, flexible and, therefore, not supported by anycontrol of constitutionality, he finds it exclusively growth de la puissance del’opinion populaire.
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)333-354
Numero di pagine22
RivistaLO STATO
Volume6
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2019

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