When Huizinga described the constitutional law of the Republic as ‘a peculiar structure’, he added that it was perhaps none the worse for the lack of a theoretical basis.1 The same conclusion was reached by Fockema Andreae on the basis of solid arguments, and I shall not contest it.
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