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Francesco Bilancia
The Constitutional Dimension Of Democracy Within A Democratic Society
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This article aims to shed light on – at the time of the economic crisis – the emerging gap between, on one side, the ideal representation of democracy and its functioning, on the other side, the growing manipulation of popular consent and the related vehement attitude towards its political role. With an approach both historical and comparative, the author underlines the collapse risk of constitutional democracy as necessary form of legal institutions, when its reception within society loses the connections to the rule of law.

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