The first part of the paper is outlining the brief history of the American judicial review as a means of political centralization. The part II examines in the comparative Canadian-American perspective the centralizing features of the Charter jurisprudence in Canada. In the third part the argument is provided for a necessary connection between constitutional and judicial supremacy. In the fourth part both political and sociological reasons for the judicial supremacy in Canada and its centralizing tendencies are explored. The paper ends with a brief summary of the findings.
“Judicial Review, Charter Politics, and Federalism in Canada – the American Influences, Part 1,” By Ivan Jankovic | Nomocracy In Politics