Constitutionalism or constitutional dogmatics?

The conditions of constitutionalism do not depend solely on the state formation in the political sphere but also on ideas embodied in social practices regarding the relationship between the individual and public authority. The adoption of the liberal transitional constitution has reconstructed the hierarchy of values; however, legal practice maintained old rules of its interpretation. Because of the lawyers, the implementation of the rule of institutional law framework was understood as being located inside an institutional formal context of stability, already known from legal dogmatics. This perception of the constitution in a narrow sense, limited to logical-formal analysis, cannot exist anymore