Crises and Perspectives in Building a European Nation – The Case of Slovenia
Forthcoming in, Peter Jambrek, Nation's transitions: social and legal issues of Slovenia's transitions: 1945-2015, (Slovenia 1945-2015). 1st ed. Kranj: Graduate School of Government and European Studies; Nova Gorica: European Faculty of Law, 2014
14 Pages Posted: 12 Sep 2014
Date Written: September 11, 2014
This paper discusses the thorny path of Slovenia from a communist state to a constitutional liberal democracy, based on the rule of law and a genuine respect of human rights. It explains why Slovenia, even 25 years after its independence, is only a half-built, failing democracy and discusses the ways in which this might be changed in the near future.
Keywords: Slovenia, Rule of Law, Democracy, Constitutionalism, Crisis, European Union
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