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This paper presents the case of Pakistan, which is also broadly illustrative of the issues concerning federalism and subnational empowerment in developing countries characterized by unconsolidated political ...
... to be influenced by, the UK-wide constitutional conversation at Westminster. It presents Scottish nationalist constitutional thought as a ‘very British radicalism’, which is characterised by certain constitutional ...
Considering their dynamic and asymmetric character, the Spanish and British territorial constitutions seem particularly suitable for a comparative analysis. As regards the framework for intergovernmental ...
... the EU system continues to be characterised by the liability of a Member State before the EU institutions for violations of EU obligations even when these violations are ultimately ascribable to its Regions. ...
... the role exercised by such bodies in the EU decision-making process. After a general overview of the main organisational and functional features characterising the activity of these bodies in EU affairs, ...
... the legal framework of cross-border cooperation, trying to locate in this ambit those characteristics of transnational law identified in the first part.  ...
In this paper I will focus on the role of national common judges (“giudici comuni”) in systems that are not characterized by a dual court system (one of the elements indentified by Gardner as peculiar ...
... tension that characterizes subnational units in multinational federations ...
Regional legislative power carries the same title as national legislative power. However, it is obviously different in nature. If Acts are general and impersonal – characteristics that distinguish them ...
Subnational constitutions are constitutions within constitutions. They constitute governments that work within larger, national governments. Their characteristics, the subject of comparative study, differ ...
... aspects have emerged, a progressive shift in perspective has occurred compared to previous versions of the statutes. Participation is now the leit motif that characterises the relation between individuals ...
32. Towards a European Federal Fiscal Union
(Alberto Majocchi/Essay)
... character of the Union and to the limited dimensions of its budget. To try getting out of this impasse it is necessary to promote as soon as possible an initiative to start a political project envisaging ...
... Wessels) or whether, due to its strictly inter-governmental character, it might be turning into  a tool of fragmentation between policies, forms of governance and institutions. The answer is not just to ...
  In the latest years, the Spanish constitutional system has been characterized by a proliferation of sub-national fundamental charters (“Estatutos de las Comunidades Autónomas”, hereinafter CAs): in fact, ...
In launching a new journal we feel the need to explain the reasons why the Centre for Studies on Federalism takes this initiative, characterised by a range of specific features. Several interesting scientific ...
In launching a new journal we feel the need to explain the reasons why the Centre for Studies on Federalism takes this initiative, characterised by a range of specific features. Several interesting scientific ...
37. Accessibility
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...  Conformity can be verified through the apposite links placed at the bottom (footer) of the website. Contrast Beside the standard page visualization with dark characters on light background, a “high contrast” ...
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