Freedoms and rights of the individual in the hundredyear perspective of Polish constitutionalism
The hundredth anniversary of the adoption of the March Constitution provides an opportunity to trace the constitutional regulations regarding the freedoms and rights of an individual in the time perspective of the age of Polish constitutionalism. The study undertook the procedure of presenting the evolution of catalogs of freedoms and rights of an individual proper to successive Polish constitutional regulations, taking into account the issue of guarantees of these freedoms and rights and the implementation of European tools in this field. The author proves the thesis about the fundamental lack of continuity of the solutions in the field of individual freedom and rights contained in the March Constitution in the 100-year perspective of Polish constitutionalism. He also points out that the history of shaping the constitutional status of an individual in republican Poland is characterized by a systemic and conceptual discontinuity.