Michela Manetti

The Tacit Modifications to the Constitutional Framework of the Law-Making Procedure

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The essay goes through the implicit transformations that Italian constitutional rules about legislative process have suffered due to parliamentary law and usages. The topic is discussed against the backdrop of a more general debate regarding the flexibility of written Constitutions, by paying special attention to the role played by the constitutional judge, either as guardian of the constitutional text or as co-author of constitutional change.


  • Constitutional Change
  • Legislative Process
  • Parliamentary Rules and Usages
  • Dual Role of Constitutional judge


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