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‘Thou Shalt be Saved’ (from Trial)? The Ruling of the Italian Constitutional Court on Berlusconi's Immunity Law in a Comparative Perspective

  • Sascha Hardt and Mariolina Eliantonio

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Parliamentary and executive immunity – Italian Corte Costituzionale – Constitutional versus ordinary lawmaking – Comparative perspective to other EU member states – Italian situation unique

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* Sascha Hardt is a PhD researcher at Maastricht University and fellow of the Montesquieu Institute. Dr. Mariolina Eliantonio is an Assistant Professor at Maastricht University. This article was written with the assistance of Maike Tetz, a second-year student of the European Law School of Maastricht University.

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‘Thou Shalt be Saved’ (from Trial)? The Ruling of the Italian Constitutional Court on Berlusconi's Immunity Law in a Comparative Perspective

  • Sascha Hardt and Mariolina Eliantonio

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