11 EuConst [i] (2015)

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                                                       ISSN 1574-0196




                                  ur opean




Contitutional




                    Law eview



                                 Z015 VOLUME II ISSUE I


Conributions by
Alexander Thicle, Tamara Perisin, Nicola Lupo & Gi oanni Piccirilli, Michble Finck,
Dominik  i sterhaus, Hans Ulrich Jessurun d'Oliveira, Mariana Conotilho & Teresa
Violante & Rui Lanceiro, Marija Bard & Candida Leoe, Joxlerramon Bengoetxca

Subj('Cs
SPAIN AND PORTUGAL: gran ing EU citizenship to StphardiC Jewrs; GERiMANY:
The constitutionaldebt brake and the isal Compact; iTAly: tht discourse on thc Iegality
principle in the case laiw of tht European Courts; LUxEmBORn;: the possible cxtension of
voting rights to foreign residnts THEl   EURO.FN UNLos diverge0nt regulatory practics
in WTO compliance and ext rnal trade effects ThE Coar O j]USTW:E Om n VIQ lI AN
UNION  onfnS lilmitS on he rights of nedy mobile E citizns; and xpands fundamental
rights review whi e loitering the le el' of soial protctionm; A reCi ufnTE ofru 1U1SE
CONSTITnUTMA1 CW1Ts caSe lawion auSterity measures; B1us Rnixt\s













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