Monthly Archives: February 2013

Religion and State in a Scottish Constitution: Secularism, Pluralism and Neutrality.

W. E. Bulmer One of the most delicate problems facing constitutional designers in an independent Scotland will be to regulate the relationship, on the constitutional level, between religious organisations and the State. The problem is delicate because it touches core … Continue reading

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A Constitution for Everyone: Pluralism and the Limits of Pre-commitment

By W. Elliot Bulmer, Research Director. Following the Scottish Government’s public commitment to a written Constitution for Scotland in January, the Deputy First Minister has issued a paper setting out the Government’s plans for a post-independence constitution-making process. Although many details of the constitution-making … Continue reading

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