1 According to Hans Kelsen—who is credited with inventing the modern European constitutional court—adjudication (including constitutional adjudication) is one of the steps of a process through which, together with administration and enforcement, law regulates its own creation (Kelsen, 2010, 23). As Kelsen was aware that constitutional adjudication would inevitably participate in the legislative function, he devised a model of review, which would be concentrated in a specialized court, rather than diffused across judicial authorities. In fact, as he noted, ‘To...
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