THE LEGISLATIVE ENABLING ACT WITHIN THE CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK
Keywords:the principle of separation of powers, legislative intitution, legislative enabling act, Parliament.
The transfer of the legislative power from the parliament to the government is known as ,,the legislative enabling act which represents a statutory procedure on the constitutional standard. From a conceptul point og view, the leglislative enabling act refers to the transfer of legislative power from the parliamant to the government through the ratification of a normative act by law. Based on this concept, the executive power through the given ordinances subsitutes the activity of the parliament. In various instances, law research papers talk about the long debated legislative or attributions enabling act that keeps taking on different new interpretations. The legislative enabling terminology has been extensively studied. From this point of view, one can talk about the existence of the delegation of power functions, authority or prerogatives.
How to cite: Nemtoi, G. (2017). The Legislative Enabling Act within the Constitutional Framework. European Journal of Law and Public Administration, 4(2), 68-75. https://doi.org/10.18662/eljpa/15
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