„Marzy mi się Lew Boży”. Kryzys ustrojowy w Pakistanie 1953–1955

Tomasz Flasiński

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/DN.2018.1.08

Abstrakt


Artykuł omawia przesilenie ustrojowe w Pakistanie, które trwało w latach 1953– 1955 i zakończyło się praktyczną likwidacją ustroju demokratycznego w tym państwie. Władza wykonawcza (gubernator generalny) w sojuszu z sądowniczą (Sąd Najwyższy) i wojskiem odrzuciła przejęte po Brytyjczykach niepisane zasady regulujące parlamentaryzm, a w końcu rozpędziła i sam parlament. W ostatecznym rozrachunku droga ta powiodła kraj ku autokracji.

 

The article describes the crisis of Pakistani policy between 1953 and 1955, which resulted de facto in the liquidation of democracy. The executive power (Governor-General) allied with the judicial one (Supreme Court) and the army to get rid of the unwritten principles, taken over from the British, regulating the parliamentary order, and finally dissolved the Parliament itself. Ultimately, it led the country to autocracy.


Słowa kluczowe


Pakistan; system westminsterski; Hans Kelsen; Westminster system

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