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The Protection of Human Rights in the New Polish Constitution

@article{Cholewinski1998ThePO,
  title={The Protection of Human Rights in the New Polish Constitution},
  author={Ryszard Cholewinski},
  journal={Fordham International Law Journal},
  year={1998},
  volume={22},
  pages={236}
}
  • R. Cholewinski
  • Published 1998
  • Political Science
  • Fordham International Law Journal
This Article examines the extent of human rights protection under the Constitution of the Republic of Poland of April 2, 1997 (”new Polish Constitution” or “Constitution”), adopted on April 2, 1997, by the Polish National Assembly and approved by the Polish people in a referendum on May 25, 1997. The Constitution, a lengthy document composed of 243 articles, came into force on October 17, 1997, and is one of the last constitutions to be adopted in Central and Eastern Europe since the start of… 
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