Gov 324l review - GOV324L 17:15:00 Retrospectivevs....

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GOV 324L 01/10/2009 17:15:00 Retrospective vs. prospective judicial review GB doesn’t have JR b/c they don’t have a constitution. the house of lords (subsection of it) acts as the court of last resort. complete judicial review? abstract judicial review Adversarial vs. inquisitorial judicial systems adversarial is what we have.  Judge is a mediator and does not make partial  decisions.  Main thing is that there is a set of jurors and not decided by a  judge. inquisitorial is when the judge is not just a mediator, but rather can question  the lawyer and the judge is the final one to make the decision. inquisitorial system works pretty well in Europe because judges are career  bureaucrats and not aligned to a party. parliamentary and presidential systems PM is the head of government and is intended to “form a government” and to  be in charge of enacting laws under this system. executive power is part of the legislative power in the parliamentary system. 
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