Constitutional Conventions: The Rules and Forms of Political Accountability
Clarendon Press, 1984 - Science - 247 pages
In Britain and other Commonwealth countries, it is convention rather than law that determines many crucial questions of government behavior. This timely volume examines these major conventions and practices, including rules governing the activities of the Cabinet, the Prime Minister, and the Crown; the doctrines of collective and individual responsibilities of ministers to parliament; and the principles of accountability applicable to public servants.
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