COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM (OIP)
By: Sunil Khilnani
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Despite their divergent recent histories and political experiences there is a remarkable degree of constitutional and legal kinship among the South Asian countries. Yet for long legal communities in these...Read more
Despite their divergent recent histories and political experiences there is a remarkable degree of constitutional and legal kinship among the South Asian countries. Yet for long legal communities in these countries were in the habit of looking to the West for statutory modelling and jurisprudential innovation. They are however now increasingly reacting to and engaging with constitutional law developments in the neighbouring countries of the region. This pioneering volume maps out the intellectual and historical contours of this little-studied field yet one that is critical to South Asia's future: the mutual borrowing citing and dialogue across the constitutional jurisdictions of South Asia. This nascent but significant development provides the basis the volume argues for a distinct comparative constitutionalism focused on the South Asian region. The essays collected here examine whether the experience so far of comparative law across South Asia offers insight into broader trends in constitutionalism and also ask how the corpus of general comparative constitutional law might benefit from greater familiarity with the South Asian experience. The contributors are broad and diverse in their outlook and experience and their contributions cover a wide range of contemporary constitutional developments in Bangladesh Bhutan India Nepal Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
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