CONSTITUTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF SERBIA AND ROMANIA IN THE 19th CENTURY: THE INTERNAL NEEDS AND EXTERNAL INFLUENCES – A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

Keywords: Constitutions, Parliamentary System, Serbia, Romania, Western Influences, Internal Politics

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to analyze the impact of two important factors in the process of the constitutional organization of Serbia and Romania during the 19th century: the external factors and internal socio-political circumstances. Therefore, the constitutional models, modes and types of implementation are an important part of this work. Using analytical and comparative methods, I will discuss the similarities and differences in the processes of constitutionalization in one part of the Balkans region.

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State Archive of the Russian Federation (Gosudarstvennyi Arkhiv Rossiiskoi Federatsii – GARF)



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