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... participating MPs are still twice as likely to be members of Budget or Finance committees than to be members of European affairs committees. ...
... to assign it relevance in this sphere by creating a General Committee on Autonomous Communities. By way of exception the Senate is exclusively responsible for the decision to authorize the Government to ...
... Several papers compare the organizational and functional design of territorial second chambers. Finally, closer examination is given to the EU’s Committee of Regions and the second chambers in Austria, ...
This article briefly explores the reasons why the Committee of the Regions (CoR) has only partially accomplished its representative function. It is divided into three parts. In the first part I argue that ...
... forms and ideas that are radical in a British context (such as popular sovereignty, proportional representation, a written constitution, and a commitment to covenantal socio-economic and environmental ...
... Committees in the UK). The paper also analyses the recent developments of the Spanish IGR (formalization of bilateral committees; enhanced cooperation for the governance of the long-term care services) ...
... in the Charter of Fundamental Rights for the European Union, which resulted in an expansive fundamental rights catalogue. Furthermore, the Charter contains a clear political commitment; ‘it gives the impetus ...
... for selected topics to provide an informational background to the Basque parliamentary committees. If no solution is found, the early warning system will become a repetitive ritual that will fail due ...
... In the Spanish case, the institutionalisation of this mechanism came about with Act nº 24/2009, which attributes to the Joint Committee for the European Union, in the name of the Cortes Generales [the ...
... of such a rationale as a formalistic but useful interpretive tool which avoids that national and regional courts commit themselves openly to a “Solange style” dialogue with UN institutions. In parallel, ...
On 30  March 2007, Italy signed the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) and ratified it by Law 18/2009. Through this, Italy has committed itself to reforming the structure ...
... State level; on the other hand, strengthening the position of standing committees within the Assemblies ...
... this study, from a perspective of the commitment to democratic regeneration and taking into consideration parameters such as control, responsibility, evaluation, dialogue and the transparency of public ...
... when they are being handled by the legislative chambers. These instruments, in Spain, are taken into account by citizens or associations being heard in the legislative committees, initially in some autonomous ...
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... Federalism has set up a strongly interdisciplinary scientific committee. The members of the Scientific Committee constitute a privileged pool of peer reviewers at disposal of the journal with regards to ...
16. About the journal
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...  The Centre for Studies on Federalism starts this project thanks to the commitment of a motivated international and interdisciplinary team of young scholars who constitute the editorial board. We count ...
17. Ethical Guidelines
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Perspectives on Federalism is committed to ensuring the quality of articles. To this aim it expects Authors, Editors, and Reviewers to conform to international publishing standards of ethical behaviour. ...
18. Paola Bilancia
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Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Milan Member of the Board of Directors of the Centre for Studies on Federalism, Turin Member of the Scientific Committee of Perspectives on Federalism  ...
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