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The Figure of Constitutional Law of the ‘Integrated State’: The Case of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

  • Jörg Gerkrath

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EU member state status - Member statehood - The idea of an “Integrated State” - Impact of EU membership on the concepts and substance of national constitutional law - Europeanization of member state's constitutional law - European constitutional law understood as Europeanized national constitutional law - European functions of constitutional organs - How to protect fundamental rights in a European area characterized by the overlaying of legal sources - The concept of “higher law” within the national legal order - A Union of Constitutionally Integrated States

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* Professor at the University of Luxembourg. The author is grateful to Eleftheria Neframi and Nikos Scandamis for their precious comments on a draft version of this paper.

The Figure of Constitutional Law of the ‘Integrated State’: The Case of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

  • Jörg Gerkrath

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