Do Democratic Constitutions Allow Unilateral Secession? A Contemplative Review of Federal Models
recognize any right of secession in their domestic constitutions, from through that constitutions expressly affirm the maintenance of the state's territorial integrity.
In this framework, how can we justify the secession of a territory from a democratic state our political system federalism, the question does not primarily concern a mutually agreed secession just, the question to be addressed in this paper is whether a unilateral secession could be justified in cases in which the parent state is a functioning democratic state; such a state.
Take into account might be some comparative constitutions are include constitutional right of secession, Many constitutions which approved the right of secession and put him incapacitating conditions amounting in some cases to the extent of prohibition .
Moreover, identity, conception of federalism with right of secession a legal fallacy and where the secession is unsupported by the existing state's constitutional and legally, it is less likely to succeed.
Mohsen, Mohammed Abbas
"Do Democratic Constitutions Allow Unilateral Secession? A Contemplative Review of Federal Models,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2018:
75, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2018/iss75/8