I federalizing process europei nella democrazia d’emergenza – Riflessioni comparate a partire dai ‘primi’ 20 anni della riforma del titolo V della Costituzione italiana. Considerazioni conclusive
European federalizing processes in democracy of emergency - Comparative analysis starting from the “first” 20 years of the reform of Title V of the Italian Constitution. Final reflections. The variable events of the federalizing processes in Europe showed a particular dynamism in the period of the so-called emergency democracy, which emerged following the health pandemic. The Association of Comparative and European Public Law has decided to investigate and analyze, in the annual conference of 2021, the strengths and weaknesses of the European federalizing processes, made even more evident by the “stress test” determined by the various emergencies of the last years. The central question of European federalregionalisms can be sought in the identification of a balance between unity, equality and autonomy, which, without weakening the positive characteristics of these principles, can determine their harmonization in the various legal systems, rather than considering them as limits able to compress each other’s potentiality.
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