The European Constitution and national constitutions: Ratification and Beyond.
The Hague :. Kluwer Law International, 2007. Original edition. Hardcover. Dustjacket. 328 pp.(European Monographs, 54). - Whether the Constitutional Treaty will enter into effect or the prospect of the EU having a constitutional text is pushed back to a much more distant future the ratification of an EU Constitution raises questions of fundamental importance from the point of view of national constitutional law. Whilst constitutions have traditionally been linked to states, more recent theories, such as post-national, multi-level, or intertwined constitutionalism, recognise the possibility for a constitution to exist in a non-state context. In this very valuable book, which focuses on the ratification of the European Constitutional Treaty, twenty-eight authorities in constitutional and EU law examine the extent to which such theories have made inroads in national constitutional thinking. The contributors examine the debates and official documents of the political institutions that have been involved in the ratification process in the Member States, as well as constitutional court decisions and scholarly discourse. They also cover a range of closely related issues, such as the amendment of national constitutions, ratification referendums, and the implications of the codification of the principle of primacy in the European Constitution. The book includes reports from 17 EU Member States, as well as a view from a candidate country, Croatia. Library stamps. English text. Condition : very good. Mailorder only - Alleen verzending mogelijk. Condition : very good copy . ISBN 9789041125248
Kloof Booksellers & Scientia VerlagProfessional seller
Book number: #201977
€ 65.00 [Appr.: US$ 72.76 | £UK 57.25 | JP¥ 8135]
Keywords: RECHT*2015-30 European Law. 9789041125248