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Anneli Albi

EU Enlargement and the Constitutions of Central and Eastern Europe

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Inhoudsopgave:
List of tables
viii
Series Editors` Preface ix
Acknowledgements xi
Table of cases
xii
Table of treaties, laws and other instruments
xvii
List of abbreviations
xxxii
Introduction 1(4)
Overview of the accession process
5(4)
Constitutional adaptations in the `old` Member States
9(9)
Transfer of sovereign powers: main models
9(5)
Other EU amendments
14(4)
Some idiosyncrasies of CEE constitutions
18(18)
Constitutional history of CEE countries
18(4)
Prominence of the constitutions in CEE legal orders
22(2)
`Souverainist` character
24(12)
Constitutional issues in the pre-accession period
36(31)
Europe Agreements in CEE legal orders
36(8)
Extent of harmonisation and adoption of EU obligations
44(8)
Judicial harmonisation
52(4)
Pre-accession adaptations in the light of sovereignty and legitimacy
56(5)
Issues of democratic deficit in the pre-accession adaptations
61(6)
Revision of CEE constitutions for EU membership
67(55)
Wider package of EU amendments
67(11)
Slovakia
67(3)
Czech Republic
70(2)
Slovenia
72(3)
Some common observations
75(3)
Medium package of EU amendments
78(9)
Poland
78(4)
Hungary
82(5)
Minimal EU amendments
87(16)
Estonia
88(6)
Latvia
94(4)
Lithuania
98(5)
Developments in Romania and Bulgaria
103(7)
Romania
103(4)
Bulgaria
107(3)
Some overarching trends in the EU amendments
110(4)
Assessment in the light of the rationale of a constitution
114(8)
Theoretical views of sovereignty and democratic legitimacy in CEE
122(16)
Delegating sovereignty, preserving independence?
122(8)
Popular sovereignty: from an ethno-cultural to a post-national concept?
130(8)
Referendums
138(25)
Referendum experience: frequent and unsuccessful
138(8)
Public opinion and euroscepticism
146(3)
Accession referendums: procedural `manoeuvres`
149(10)
Implications for the EU treaty amendment procedure
159(4)
Membership of NATO and other international organisations
163(7)
NATO
163(5)
Other international organisations
168(2)
Role of Constitutional Courts
170(9)
Ultimate arbiter debate and CEE Constitutional Courts
170(5)
Towards a `European constitutional order`?
175(4)
Implications of the European Constitution
179(27)
EU`s constitutional reform and involvement of candidate countries
179(3)
A constitution or a treaty?
182(14)
National constitutional limits to integration
183(3)
`Constitutional` elements of the European Constitution
186(7)
Changes consolidating the position of Member States
193(1)
National responses
194(2)
Incremental transition towards sovereignty of `the peoples of Europe`?
196(10)
Epilogue: `Taking constitutions seriously` in the process of European integration 206(5)
Bibliography 211(21)
Appendix 232(16)
Index 248
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