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Threats to constitutional order
A modern state undergoes the pressure of changes that create globalisation and its accompanying processes that are identified in information technology category. They have economic, social and political character. The idea of these processes interaction is to create new forms of economic activity and thus the system of values that change the social structure, question the existing so far role of the state, influence its organisation and position towards other bodies. As constitutional order is identified with the state, one is authorised to see the threats to this order in the context of changes that the institution of national state, as a basic form of the organisation of the society and the subject of international relations, is currently undergoing. The protection of the constitutional order of the state, as a subject of the activities of the bodies of the state, is an area where numerous challenges and threats are identified. Counteracting them excesses the limits of the possibilities of the state. The supranational nature of factors that change the role and position of the state results in the necessity to adapt counteractions into the challenges scale. This counteraction, directed to adapt the system of norms arranging the social life, must be held together with the co-operation with partners on the international arena. The growth of the factor of co-dependence in shaping the security policy of the state is visible. In Poland the changes to perceive the constitutional order and its protection take place in the conditions of European integration. In the article there have been identified changes that the area of constitutional order undergoes, relating to Polish conditions, and particularly the most essential threats and challenges for the functioning of the state in this respect.