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The German Basic Law constitutes federalism as a unique political system which is characterised by intertwined decision-making of the Federation (Bund) and the component units (Länder). The executives ...
... the two levels of the German federal system interact in different ways. While the Basic Law determines the sub-national constitutional space with regard to capital punishment and the debt brake comprehensively ...
... we consider that there are two basic opposite alternatives: asymmetrical federalism and coercive federalism. In our discourse about how asymmetrical federalism could be implemented in Spain we will focus ...
... federalism deal with amendments of the German constitution, i.e. the Basic Law, but they mostly fail to address constitutional adjustments at the subnational level or causal interrelations between the ...
... last but not the least, the Basic Laws), a remarkable high level of autonomy – namely in key areas such as fundamental rights, the continuation and evolution of a distinct legal system, including an almost ...
... the Union: a status of transnational integration. The basic claim developed in these pages is that, with Zambrano, the EUCJ moved away from a concept of transnational integration to one of genuine European ...
... many CAs are currently exploring the possibility to amend their basic charters. This short review article aims at providing a brief overview of the recent developments in this field occurred in Spain ...
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