Konstitucijos keitimo apribojimai?
MetaduomenysRodyti išsamų įrašą
The procedural and substantive limitations on the alteration of the Constitution are consolidated in it. Substantive limitations on the alteration of the Constitution means that the Constitution gives rise to certain requirementsfor the content of amendments to the Constitution. It is not allowed to make any such amendments to the Constitution which would negate the fundamental values consolidated in the Constitution, upon which the life of society and the state, as well as the Constitution itself, are based: the independence of the state, democracy, the republic, the innate nature of human rights and freedoms, the rule of law, justice, etc.; in addition, as long as the Constitutional Act “On Membership of the Republic of Lithuania in the European Union” has not been amended by referendum, no such amendments to the Constitution are allowed by which the obligations of the Republic of Lithuania regarding its membership in the European Union would be negated. In addition, also such amendments to the Constitution may not be made, which would deny other international obligations of the Republic o f Lithuania, unless such international obligations are denounced according to the norms o f international law. By means of amendments to the Constitution, it is not allowed to create a conflict either between provisions of the Constitution or among the values consolidated in such provisions.
- Straipsniai / Articles