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THE LEGAL GROUNDS OF EMERGENCE AND TERMINATION OF MANDATES OF PARLIAMENTARIANS IN BELARUS AND IN POLAND: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

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The existing grounds for granting and terminating Belarusian and Polish parliamentary mandates from the legal point of view are rather debatable nowadays. The article presents a comparative study of these legal categories based on the considerable historical, regional and legal similarity of the above neighbouring countries and their legal doctrines.

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PERIODIKA Politička revija 3/2019 3/2019 UDC 342.534.1(476)(438) 113-125
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