The Constitutional Identity of the Members States as a Legal Limit to the Constitutionalisation of European Integration
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The Constitutional Identity of the EU Member States as a Legal Limit to the Constitutionalisation of the European Integration
The notion of constitutional identity is en vogue, although the meaning seems vague and indeterminate. Constitutional identity is currently somewhat of a buzzword in constitutional studies and in recent years much scholarship has emerged on the issue. However the idea of the protection of national constitutional identity is not new. It is complicated to define it – emphasising the conceptual vagueness that characterises it. The notion and the concept of constitutional identity has mostly been approached from a realistic i.e. judicial perspective because the notion is increasingly making appearances in case law.
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