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Free to Protest: Constituent Power and Street Demonstration

Free to Protest: Constituent Power and Street Demonstration
  • Year of publication 2008
Editor:András Sajó
Series:Issues in Constitutional Law (volume 5)
Categories: Law Constitutional Law and Human Rights
Social Sciences Human Rights
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This is the second edition of the well-received documents collection on European Union law, first published in 1999. The purpose of this volume is to provide a compact collection of the most important primary and secondary sources of EU law, a quick reference guide, and a desk-copy for rapid and frequent consultation.

This collection differs from other EU document collections as (i) it includes many documents relating to the institutions of the EU and their decision-making process, such as Rules of Procedure of Parliament, Council, Commission and both Courts of the EU; (ii) all regulations and directives are reproduced with their preambles and (iii) all documents are printed with article headlines - most of which have been added by the editor.

 

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Academics

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edited by András Sajó, Central European University, Budapest