Формата на държавно управление според Търновската конституция и ролята й за изграждането на българската държава. Търновската конституция и Конституцията на Република България от 1991 г.
The Form of Governance by the Tarnovo Constitution and its Part for the Construction
of the Bulgarian State. Tarnovo Constituition and the 1991 Constitution of Bulgaria
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, Governance, Government/Political systems
Published by: Нов български университет
Keywords: Constitution; Constitutional monarchy; Parliamentary government; Political responsibility; Monarch; Parliament; Government; Control
Summary/Abstract: The article examines the terms and views concerning the form of government of Bulgaria, passing through several stages. Under discussion is how the Tarnovo Constitution was created, all constitutional texts and their interpretation and application. The points of view of prof. Stefan Balamezov, prof.Lubomir Vladikin, prof. Stefan Kirov and Dechko Karadjov are presented. Examples of the parliamentary practice and position of the government are given. Object of study are the norms in the Tarnovo Constitution that create prerequisites to believe that the polity is a constitutional monarchy with elements of parliamentary government. Discussed are the principles enshrined in the Tarnovo Constitution that lead to the determination that it "was the most democratic in the world". A relation between the Tarnovo Constitution and the 1991 Constitution is made. This relation accepts that the parliamentary form of government is a sign of continuity from the first Bulgarian Constitution.
- Issue Year: 3/2014
- Issue No: 4
- Page Range: 26-37
- Page Count: 12
- Language: Bulgarian