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Importing the Law in Post-Communist Transitions: The Hungarian Constitutional Court and the Right to Human Dignity (Human Rights Law in Perspective) Hardcover – March 14, 2003

ISBN-13: 978-1841131313 ISBN-10: 1841131318

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...an excellent monograph.. Catherine Dupr makes a remarkable contribution in this field. Imre Lvai Central European Political Science Review July 2003 Dupre's discussion of the constitutional standing and interpretation of the idea of human dignity is lucid and informative. Its reading will benefit anyone, whether professional or academic, with an interest in comparative, constitutional human rights law. Spencer Zifcak The Law and Politics Book Review February 2004

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Catherine Dupre is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Exeter.

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