The Italian Constitution was open to the European integration since its origin, thanks to a provision - art. 11 Const. - which consent to "limitations of sovereignty" of the Italian State in order to favor the international organizations that ensure peaceful relations among the States. However, the Italian legal order has undergone a deep transformation along the decades, and the European Union as well. This essays accounts for these legal and constitutional transformation in Italy and in Europe and shows the influence of the Italian legal tradition on the institutions of the European Union.

Italy

Cartabia, Marta;
2022-01-01

Abstract

The Italian Constitution was open to the European integration since its origin, thanks to a provision - art. 11 Const. - which consent to "limitations of sovereignty" of the Italian State in order to favor the international organizations that ensure peaceful relations among the States. However, the Italian legal order has undergone a deep transformation along the decades, and the European Union as well. This essays accounts for these legal and constitutional transformation in Italy and in Europe and shows the influence of the Italian legal tradition on the institutions of the European Union.
9781509906765
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Griller, Stefan; Papadopouli, Lina; Puff, Roman
National constitutions and EU integration
Cartabia, Marta; Guastaferro, Barbara
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