12 EuConst [i] (2016)

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ISSN 1574-0196


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                                   ZoI6 VOLUME 12 ISSUE I


Contributions by
Hubert Smekal & Ladislav Vyhn inck, Giovanni Piccirilli, lBastian Michel, Stefan Graziadei,
Hanncke van Eijken & Jan WilIem van Rossem, Olivier Duhamel, Luigi Corrias, Xenophon
Contiades & Alkmene Fotiadou, Geert De lBacre & Tina Van den Sanden, Chiara
lBergonzini, Oddn Mjoll Arnard6ttir

Subjects
FRANCE: constitutional amendment in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks; ELUOPEAN
COURT OF HUMAN RiGHTrs: changing jurisprudence on power sharing in multinational
states; and the Court's two margins of appreciation; CONSrTITrIONAL rTEOY: taking
populism seriously; and the difficulties of modelling constitutional amendment cultures;
EUROPEAN UNION: external action and the choice of legal basis; ELECIONS TO TI
EUOPEAN  PARAM,1EN: the discovery of a substantive right to vote in Union law; and the
question of thresholds in the German, Czech and Italian courts; ITALY: the Constitutional
Court on balancing the budget










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