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12-05-04 “Constitutional Revolution” in the State of Israel – compilation of reports
The “Basic Laws”, enacted in the early 1990s were considered a major achievement by the Knesset, the legislature of the State of Israel, in establishing fundamental Human Rights in a nation with no constitution. Other “constitutional rights” were construed by the Supreme Court over the last decade of the 20th century and the first decade of the current century. Combined, such events are considered a “Constitutional Revolution” in the State of Israel. However, review of conduct of the courts of the State of Israel shows disregard for the same rights and the establishment of a simulated justice system during the very same years.
# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Record 00-00-01 92-05-18 A Constitutional Revolution - Israel's Basic Laws _ Aharon Barak 00-00-01 97-00-00 - The _Constitutional Revolution_ and the Emergence of a New Economic Order in Israel 00-00-01 98-01-00 Aharon Barak’s Revolution _ Azure 01-07-00 Israel's ‘constitutional revolution’ 04-00-00 The Israeli Unfinished Constitutional Revolution 05-01-00 The Israeli Constitutional Revolution/Evolution 08-01-00 The Israeli Constitutional Revolution - How Did it Happen 09-03-00 Constitutional Revolutions - Israel As a Case Study 09-12-00 The Ideational Foundation of Israel's Constitutional Revolution 10-11-01 Something is Rotten in the State of Israel_ On a Constitution, or Lack Thereof Page # 2 4 7 9 10 57 58 60 114 115
 12-05-04 Human Rights Alert’s 2012 State of Israel UPR Submission: Integrity, or lack thereof, of the electronic records of the courts of the State of Israel http://www.scribd.com/doc/82927700/