Supranationalism, the rule of law and constitutionalism in the Draft Union Constitution
AbstractNo concept in legal discourse is more contested than the Rule of Law. The Rule of Law is a component of constitutionalism and both feature as legitimating pillars of the new European Union Constitution. In this article, the author examines these concepts and their utilisation and expression in a supranational constitution that has drawn on the inspiration of national constitutionalism.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Queens University Belfast in its series Queen's Papers on Europeanisation with number p0038.
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European law; law; constitution building; European Convention;
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