Some Reflections on Constitutional Authoritarianism

Cite as: 20 Ateneo L.J. 1 (1976)
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Some Reflections on Constitutional Authoritarianism

Claudio M. Teehankee, Sr.

20 Ateneo L.J. 1 (1976)

Subject(s):        constitutional Authoritarianism

Keyword(s):     martial law, constitutional Authoritarianism, Claudio Teehankee

This Article is a copy of what was delivered by the then-Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Claudio M. Teehankee, Sr., at the First Gregorio Araneta Memorial Lecture at the Ateneo de Manila University College of Law on 9 December 1975. It embodies the Author’s thoughts, observations and reflections on martial law, in light of constitutional provisions and jurisprudence.




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