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National Constitutional Law and European Integration

15-03-2011

Notwithstanding the impact of European policy-making on Member states legislation, many constitutions guarantee essential characteristics of their political system. This study extracts the conditions of the European dimension of national constitutional law with regard to the prospects of future Europeanization of eight EU Member states (Czech Republic, Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Poland, Finland and Sweden). This sample of countries comprises founding members, new Member states with a rather ...

Notwithstanding the impact of European policy-making on Member states legislation, many constitutions guarantee essential characteristics of their political system. This study extracts the conditions of the European dimension of national constitutional law with regard to the prospects of future Europeanization of eight EU Member states (Czech Republic, Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Poland, Finland and Sweden). This sample of countries comprises founding members, new Member states with a rather long or brief constitutional tradition, large and medium as well as centralist and federal Member states.

Εξωτερικός συντάκτης

Stefan GRILLER (Executive Summary, SE, FI), Stefan KEILER (CZ), Thomas KRÖLL (IT, AT [jointly with Lienbacher], PL [jointly with Lienbacher]), Georg LIENBACHER (AT [jointly with Kröll], PL (jointly with Kröll]) and Erich VRANES (DE, FR)

European Democracy, Constitutional Identity and Sovereignty: Some Repercussions of the German Constitutional Court's Lisbon Judgment

17-05-2010

As was to be expected, the judgment of the German Federal Constitutional Court on the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty has engendered a lively debate both in the wider public and in academia. This study evaluates academic interpretations of the verdict. It focuses on the three constitutional issues raised by the Court: democracy at the European level, constitutional identity of the Member States and political sovereignty. Recent initiatives of the European Parliament and new provisions introduced ...

As was to be expected, the judgment of the German Federal Constitutional Court on the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty has engendered a lively debate both in the wider public and in academia. This study evaluates academic interpretations of the verdict. It focuses on the three constitutional issues raised by the Court: democracy at the European level, constitutional identity of the Member States and political sovereignty. Recent initiatives of the European Parliament and new provisions introduced by the Lisbon Treaty are assessed in view of the arguments raised in European constitutional scholarship.

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