Koordinaciniai ir determinaciniai konstituciniai principai (2).
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This is the second article of the two consequent ones dealing with the typology and the system of the constitutional principles. It deals with the grounds for the typology of the constitutional principles. It is shown that, according to the extent to which the constitutional principles orient the legal system they may be divided into coordinating and determining principles. The first orient not only the statutory law but, also, the Constitution itself and settle it into an integral act. In the article, it is specifically dealt with three coordinating principles (the supremacy of the Constitution, the integrity of the Constitution, and the rule of law) and six determining principles (democracy and sovereignty, civil society, separation of powers, secular state, social orientation of the state, and geopolitical orientation of the state). The basis for analysis of the said principles is constitutional jurisprudence.
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