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... concerning subnational fundamental rights. Finally, the third part (section 4) of the paper is dedicated to the Belgian scenario. This part analyses how the principles inferred from the Swiss case may ...
... the JPSG is designed to be an oversight body, rather than merely a discussion forum. Finally, the paper considers the likely future UK role in relation to the Europol JPSG after Brexit. ...
... Several papers compare the organizational and functional design of territorial second chambers. Finally, closer examination is given to the EU’s Committee of Regions and the second chambers in Austria, ...
... Finally, I deal with some proposals that have been advanced to strengthen the role of the CoR, and their feasibility. ...
... chambers and their constitutional position. The analysis starts with an assumption that this distinction is somehow under-theorised. The distinction between perfect and imperfect bicameralism, finally ...
6. Reconstructing Social Dialogue
(Mariana Pinto Ramos/Essay)
... and, finally, an attempt to project what new social policies might hold for the future. ...
... disagreements in the context of European law. In order to illustrate this point, some notes on the recent Taricco saga will be developed. Finally, the relevance for European constitutionalism of deep disagreements ...
... to set up metropolitan cities in Italy (1), it summarizes the main statutory provisions of the Delrio Law (No. 56/2014) through which metropolitan cities finally came into operation (2) and it provides ...
... provisions) while at the same time retaining a persistent ‘Britishness’ in terms of specific institutional proposals and ambivalence towards the principles of constitutional government. Finally, I will ...
... prerogatives and how the established customary rules have compensated for the lack of formal rights in favour of National parliaments. Finally, some conclusions are drawn on the role of the established ...
... Finally, in the particular field of personal data retention, the judicial activism of the Luxembourg Court in upholding the validity of EU legislation is heavily criticized in light of the protection of ...
12. Spanish Autonomous Communities and EU policies
(Agustín Ruiz Robledo/Essay)
... Communities in shaping EU norms and policies. The presentation follows the classical model of distinguishing between the ascendant phase of European law and its descendant phase. Finally, it shall discuss ...
... regards the EP’s role in the conclusion of international agreements. The new Art. 218, para. 6 TFEU finally provides for the EP’s mandatory approval before the conclusion of all EU international agreements ...
... taxation, the aim is to identify the new elements that frame this jurisdictional dialogue, as well as to explain how this framework affects the hermeneutic criteria employed by the Court. Finally, in this ...
... Finally, it focuses on their autonomous external representation at the EU level. It argues that, despite conventional wisdom, States do not enjoy a monopoly of competences in the area of foreign affai ...
... we will present some explanations for these differences and similarities (2.), and finally we analyze some issues concerning changes of Land constitutions (3.) ...
... have a more complicated relation with legislative and executive bodies, as less guarantees of independence or court-overturning amendments show. Finally, subnational constitutional courts tend to develop ...
... rights. Finally, the article evaluates the enhancements introduced by the Treaty of Lisbon and the future challenges in this field ...
... Decrees No. 229/1999 and No. 56/2000 while also trying to understand the historical context in which the two concepts were initially envisaged. Finally, with the firm belief that federalism and health ...
... to its gradual extension to the general public. Finally, the essay addresses the normative question, ‘What is to be done?’. What can we learn from the failure of the constitutional debate? Should Europe ...
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