Capturing the complexity of constitutional erosion and resilience in Brazil


  • Tom Gerald Daly University of Melbourne (Melbourne, Australia)



MEYER, Emilio Peluso Neder. Constitutional Erosion in Brazil. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2021.


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