The focus in this chapter is on the relationship between citizenship rights, constitutional rights and human rights. This chapter closes off the second part of the book, with a reflection on how we understand rights in a constitutional context. The main themes here concern the scope and enforceability of rights, coupled with reflections on how rights can strain the relationships between majoritarian and non-majoritarian institutions in democracies (e.g. between parliaments and courts).
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