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Constitutional Conventions Constitutional Law
Constitutional conventions Obligatory norms or customs of behavior that relate to relationships between political actors Not enforceable in courts But entail political repercussions When made law, enjoy the status of law © Copyright 2013 Tolga R Yalkin
Why important? Political repercussions Describes how our system of government actually works © Copyright 2013 Tolga R Yalkin
Recognition Practice Belief Reason © Copyright 2013 Tolga R Yalkin
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