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ISSN 1862-7617
Publications - Essays - 21-2007
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Prof. Dr. Joakim Nergelius, LL.M. (University of Lund)

Parliamentary control of the Government and the possibility to dissolve Parliament: the case of Sweden

Abstract from the editors

Portrait des AutorsThe essay provides a general survey of the legal possibilities the Swedish Parliament can exercise its control over the Government. Several constitutional ways, such as the vote of no-confidence or the control by the Ombudsman, are presented and illustrated by examples of the arena of politics. Thereby, the author gives an introduction not only to the mere facts of the Swedish constitution concerning the governmental accountability in relation to parliament, but also his assessment of the (political) effect and results of the mentioned ways of control.

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Index of contents

Comparative Law | Constitutional Law | Public Law

constitutional law | governmental accountability | government control | impeachment | no-confidence | Ombudsman | parliamentary control | public law | Sweden | swedish constitution

Quotation reference:
Joakim Nergelius, HFR 2007, S. 222 et seqq.

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Edited by Lars S. Otto