Konstituciniai principai ir konstitucijos tekstas (2).
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This is the second part of the first of the two consequent articles dealing with the typology and the system of the constitutional principles. In it, there is described in detail one of the typologies of the constitutional principles. According to how the constitutional principles are expressed in the text of the Constitution, they are divided into primary, complex, and derivative. Primary principles are usually consolidated in one single constitutional provision, complex principles - in several constitutional provisions, and derivative principles are formulated (by means of constitutional interpretation) in the constitutional doctrine on the basis of primary and complex constitutional principles. It is also dealt with the significance of constitutional jurisprudence, and the doctrine contained therein, in the constitutional system. It is proved that the acts of the Constitutional Court are sources of the constitutional law alongside with the text of the Constitution itself.
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