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A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW

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Affiliations: 1: LL.B (AAU), LL.M (University of Amsterdam), formerly, lecturer and Dean Faculty of Law, Ethiopian Civil Service College. Currently Ph.D researcher on comparative federalism at the University of Utrecht, Faculty of Law. The author would like to thank Leonard F.M. Besselink, Associate professor of Constitutional Law, Faculty of Law, University of Utrecht and Professor Dolores Donovan, from the University of San Francisco for their constructive comments.

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