Harvard Law School Jean Monnet Chair



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Hermansson, Jörgen (1996), p. 37.

106 Curtin, D.M. (1997), p. 34. See e.g. art. 25 of the International Convent on Civil and Political Rights, referred to also in footnote 41. Rosas underlines that the article explicitly accepts both the direct and indirect forms of democracy. Rosas, Allan (1999), p. 438. Even if there exists no “right to democracy” can democracy be seen as a combination of some political rights such as the right to political participation and the right to vote. From these follows even the right to hold the decision-makers accountable through a possibility of not renewing a mandate in the next elections and this way require changes in the policy through periodic elections. According to


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