Processual Autonomy of Constitutional Justice: limits and possibilities of the legislative activity of constitutional courts

This work tries to look into the processual autonomy of constitutional justice, following methodological techniques of Law Science. The hypothesis of this study is that the defense of Constitution and the differentiated position of constitutional courts as ultimate interpreters of Constitution also as arbiters of territorial and functional divisions of political power, besides being top institutions of processual protection of civil rights, end up requiring a greater processual freedom. The main result obtained with this research made it evident that the constitutional process can take, in some circumstances, ductile, flexible nature and, above all be open to constitutional courts needs. The conclusion of this thesis should be addressed to the concrete manifestations of processual autonomy of constitutional justice in the field of action of contemporary juridical systems.