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Why legislatures owe deference to the courts

O AVTORJU
Philip P. Mizok & Estelle Mizok Professor of Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel) and a member of its Federmann Center for the Study of Rationality.
AVTOR
Alon Harel
SOAVTOR
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KLJUČNE BESEDE
KEYWORDS
judicial review, judicial deference, epistemic deference, robust deference, moral rights, constitutional rights
NASLOV SEKCIJE
Symposium on separation of powers and constitutional review
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PUBLIKACIJA
Revija Revus
ŠTEVILKA PUBLIKACIJE ABS
38
LETO
2019
ZALOŽNIK
Klub Revus - Center za raziskovanje evropske Ustavnosti in demokracije
POVZETEK
SUMMARY
In his intriguing book, Dimitrios Kyritsis establishes the justifiability of judicial review. Under his view, the institutional duties of the Court are not parasitic on epistemic or any instrumental concerns. One of the primary institutional duties includes the duty of judicial ‘robust deference’ to the legislature. Robust deference requires courts to give effect to legislative decisions that are sub-optimal in terms of content. My commentary establishes the significance of legislative robust deference to the Courts. Such a deference on the part of the legislature is required when basic moral rights are at stake. One of the implications is that within a certain sphere, a liberal polity ought to defer to courts even when the courts are inferior in their epistemic competence. It is the unique role of judges as embodying the ideal of inviolability and invulnerability of individuals to majoritarian sentiments that justifies legislative deference to judicial decisions.
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