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universul juridic magazin

Dialogue between the constitutional judge and the common law judge

A dialogue is inherent, we would say it is “natural” in any human community. But when it is institutionalized, being assigned legal meanings and implications, as happens in the dialogue between judges, a specific form of articulation and functioning of the very judicial system, the so-called “dialogue” is actually the fundamental dimension of the system, its inherent and decisive feature. Within the state governed by the rule of law and the constitution, and in the framework of the direct involvement of conventional rules in the national law, the dialogue between the constitutional judge and the common judge has become an essential axis of the judicial function.