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Rapporti interordinamentali, riconoscimento e tutela dei diritti fondamentali, crisi della gerarchia delle fonti

By on April 18, 2019

The paper outlines how a value based constitutional theory is able to undermine a hierarchical approach to the sources of law theory. This crisis is clearly emerging from the case law of the Italian Constitutional Court, with particular regard to the protection of fundamental rights.
The paper goes on by critically analyzing the always more univocal trend of the constitutional case law to centralize the evaluation related to the compatibility between domestic and external norms, outlining the possible negative implications for the protection of the rights at stake.
Finally, the paper ends with a series of counter-objections to the objections related…

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Rivista di Diritti Comparati, sommario n. 1/2019

April 16, 2019

È online il sommario del n. 1/2019 della Rivista di Diritti Comparati.
L’elenco dei contributi e le sezioni della Rivista sono disponibili qui.

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C’era una volta Taricco I rapporti tra legalità in materia penale ed obblighi UE dopo la parentesi Taricco. Note a margine della sentenza Dzivev, in causa C- 310/16

By on April 9, 2019

This analysis focuses on the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union and on the interactions between European Union Law and National Criminal Law. The central point of the paper is about the role of principle of legality also interpreted as fundamental principle of the system and limit to the same Primacy of the European Union law.

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L’indipendenza dei Tribunali elettorali in America latina: profili costituzionali e comparati

By on March 26, 2019

The creation and diffusion of the Electoral Tribunals is one of the most original contribution of the Latin American constitutionalism. These bodies are established in order to resolve election disputes. This paper analyses the provisions contained in Latin American constitutions aimed at guaranteeing the independence of the Electoral Tribunals, which is an essential condition for their legitimacy.

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C’è un Comitato in Lussemburgo. Riflessioni comparatistiche sull’art. 255 TFUE a dieci anni dal Trattato di Lisbona

By on March 19, 2019

This paper analyses the new system for selecting the Judges and Advocates General of the Court of Justice of the European Union. This system has been introduced by the Treaty of Lisbon. In so doing, the system for selecting the Luxembourg Judges will be considered against the background of prototypical comparative models, both in nation states and in international organisations. Comparison will make it possible to understand the system currently in force in the EU as the result of a compromise. A prospective analysis will follow, in which independence and accountability, i.e. the two main goals of a selection…

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Andrea Buratti, Giuseppe Martinico, Oreste Pollicino, Giorgio Repetto, Raffaele Torino