The Parliamentary authority in Iran and Ottoman's Constitutional Law
One of the most important events in the Iranian and Ottoman Constitutional movements is the emergence of the Constitutional Law. Despite of many benefits brought this valuable event due to the modernists and reformists approaches which either slowed down the pace of the constitutional development or accelerated it. One of the examples of these aspects was the authority granted to the parliaments in the two constitutions. Due to the expansions and limitations regarding the authority of the parliament in the Iranian and Ottoman (1908) constitutions, the two constitutional movements experienced different fates. This partly stems from the approaches of the said constitutions to the civil institutions such as the parliament in the structure of the Islamic government under the "reign of the legitimate sultan". This article examines these laws focusing on the authority of the parliament and its reflection on the fate of modernism in two mentioned countries
Journal of Historical Researches, Volume:1 Issue:3, 2009
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