L’insularità e la difficile strada verso l’effettività
Insularity and the difficult path towards effectivity
Islands, especially when they are remote, suffer from structural disadvantages that adversely affect their development prospects. The constitutional reform consistently turns out to be built on the relationship between being an island (fact) and being in a situation of disadvantage (effect). The juridification of insularity necessarily brings a deferral to trust in the institutions that are called upon to give substance and concreteness to this renewed constitutional principle. Unfortunately, recent constitutional jurisprudence has pointed out that until now the issue of insularity has never been taken into account in the overall weighing of the financial situation of island regions.
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