January 2012
Contemporary Legal Institutions;2012, p131
Academic Journal
At present, there are many international and European legal norms regarding the matter of women's rights, endowed with compulsory juridical value for ratifying states. In this quality, Romanian state has specific legal obligations concerning the protection of women's rights, from the perspective of these documents. As derived from the letter and spirit of art. 20/Romanian constitution, the Romanian state must respect the principle of international and European documents priority, in relation with national juridical norms, within the field of human rights.


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