Information Type: Judicial Information
Date of Judgment(s): 0000-00-00
Subject: Human Rights Law
Magazine (Equal Citations): Conference organised by the Supreme Economic Court, Minsk, Belarus
Year: April 15-16, 2010
Pages: 1-14
Article Title: ‘Judicial Protection of Rights in the Context of Changing Economic Conditions
Author: Hon’ble Mr. K.G. Balakrishnan
Case Note / Description :

Despite considerable opposition from various quarters, the Bangalore principles have gradually found wide acceptance with judges in many jurisdictions looking towards the growing body of international human rights law to streamline their domestic laws. This also creates compelling reasons for constitutional courts in different jurisdictions to look to each other’s decisions. The growth of constitutionalism will be better served with less resistance to the increasingly important discourse of comparative constitutional law. It is through this approach of recognizing a growing international consensus about the understanding of basic rights that judges can lead the way in engineering socio-political reforms in their respective countries.

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