The Two Centennials: Austrian Flavours in the Constitution of Liechtenstein

  • Anna Gamper

Abstract

The Two Centennials: Austrian Flavours in the Constitution of Liechtenstein - To some extent, Austrian flavours are noticeable in the Constitution of Liechtenstein enacted one year after the Federal Constitutional Act of 1920. Most important of these is the institution of the State Court which, even though differing from the Austrian Constitutional Court, strongly relies on Austrian and Swiss case law, especially in a human rights context. Not only do Liechtenstein’s own constitutional traditions go far back into the 19th century, however, but also the constitutional evolution over the past century – above all the reform of 2003 – are token of autochthonous developments in the specific context of a microstate and monarchy.

Published
Jul 8, 2022
How to Cite
GAMPER, Anna. The Two Centennials: Austrian Flavours in the Constitution of Liechtenstein. DPCE Online, [S.l.], v. 52, n. 2, july 2022. ISSN 2037-6677. Available at: <http://www.dpceonline.it/index.php/dpceonline/article/view/1619>. Date accessed: 16 aug. 2022.
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Sezione Monografica