On 24 April the Panel discussion "Constitutional Identity in Europe" which was organized by our project took place at Goethe University Frankfurt. Christoph Burchard, Anuscheh Farahat, Stefan Kadelbach and Liav Orgad contextualized the legal concept of constitutional identity with the political quest of national identity semantics. They addressed the risks as well as the opportunities for the European polity associated with the concept. This is because the demarcation lines between European law and national constitutional law, which are drawn by recourses to an inalienable constitutional identity, not only raise questions of power and not only function as swords and shields within a pluralistic legal space. They have the potential to become joint reference points, which allows for a case-by-case adjustment.
Anuscheh Farahat und Teresa Violante über Verfassungsgerichte und Austritt
Teresa Violante on the Recent Decision of the Portuguese Constitutional Court
Anuscheh Farahat and Teresa Violante on constitutional review in times of austerity
Marius Hildebrand together with Astrid Séville and Conrad Lluis Martell on Soziopolis
Teresa Violante's opinion on the possible introduction of the constitutional complaint in Portugal
Anuscheh Farahat about transformative constitutionalism on the international law blog
Marius Hildebrand on the Swiss People's Party as avantgarde of the New Right in Europe