Acta Universitatis Danubius. Juridica, Vol 14, No 2 (2018)

Some Concepts of Natural Sciences and The Review of the Constitution

Etleva Paplekaj

Abstract


The ancient and modern scholars link their studies and research closely to the various theories of natural sciences. Natural science deals with the discovery and inquiry of phenomena, of various natural phenomena, the resolution of many unknowns, mysteries, this in the service of mankind.

The legal science would be understood, it would make more progress if its writers, scholars, or implementing institutions of legislative, judicial, and executive power would know and apply, even modestly, natural sciences, their bases.

In this paper we will see that the review of the constitution is an important democratic instrument for a sustainable stability and where the mobilization of this instrument is dictated by the dynamism and modernization in the country.

Questions such as: What is the impact of the review of the constitution? How can we best apply the principles of dynamics to the constitutional review process, how do the dynamic processes influence the reviewing of the constitution and what effects has the dynamism and the constitutional review on the sustainable stability? - will find answers based on both natural and social sciences.

 


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