REGIONALIZMUS AKO NÁSTROJ ZMENY VO VZŤAHU MEDZINÁRODNÉHO A VNÚTROŠTÁTNEHO PRÁVA (PLURALIZMUS NA OBZORE), I. ČASŤ
Regionalism as a tool for change of the relationship between international and municipal law (Pluralism on the horizon), part one
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Current development of International law encourage us to rethink well-established theory of monism and dualism explaining the relationship between International and Municipal law.1 New ideas of the relationship of legal orders are emerging mainly in the European region which is affected by the legal order of European Union. These ideas are related to the theory of legal pluralism. Although increasing constitutionalism and fragmentation undermine its foundations, the pluralism is still one of the best solutions how to deal with the new role of International law (which now also govern the fields so far covered just by national law), relationship between International, European and Municipal law or internationalization of the constitutional law. Basic idea of the pluralism is existence of no hierarchy, so we can apply norm of this legal order which is the best for the protection of the values common for all legal orders.
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