“STATUS CIVITATIS” IN THE ROMANIAN SIBIU ASSEMBLY OF 1864

Cristinel - Ioan Murzea

Abstract


 Status civitatis configured by the laws of the first Romanian Assembly held in Sibiu between 1863 and 1864 reflects a change of essence of the constitutional regime of Transylvania, by enacting, for the very first time in Romania, a principle of liberal democracy, that of representing the citizen in the chosen institutions of the state.


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 C. Murzea, Reforma statului şi dreptului în epoca modernă, Sitech Publishing House, Craiova, 2013;

 xxx, Istoria statului şi dreptului românesc, Academic Publishing House, RSR, Bucharest, 1987;

 S. Retegan, Dieta românească a Transilvaniei, Dacia Publishing House, Cluj Napoca, 1979;

 Aristotel, Politica, by El. Bezdechi, Bucharest, 1924;

 Th. Păcătean, Cartea de aur sau luptele politice naţionale sub Coroana Ungariei, vol. II, Society’s Printery, Sibiu, 1908;

 “Foaie” no. 6 from 8 January 1861




DOI: https://doi.org/10.15837/aijjs.v8i4.1611

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