The growing interdependence between law‐making and constitutional judging is explored, proceeding from the view that constitutional courts ought to be conceptualized as specialized legislative organs. Judicialization also engenders and institutionalizes new modes of legislative discourse and practice. The conclusion is drawn that constitutional adjudication transformed the nature of parliamentary governance unexpectedly and with significant effects.
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