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Raffaele Bifulco
Europe And Constitutional Pluralism: Prospects And Limitations
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As far as the EU is concerned, the funding idea is that constitutional pluralism theories take the same role as Calhoun and von Seydel’s ideas with respect to federal theory. They were developed at a time when coexistence seemed possible, just as in the early days of every federal union, when the sovereignty problem does not seem insuperable. The economic crisis has brought out an increasingly hegemonic reality of intergovernmental relations. This is why the only way to avoid such drift is strengthening the democratic principle.

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