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Rechtliche Grundlagen der nationalen EU-Referenden


Kuoni, Beat; Massüger, Nina (2010). Rechtliche Grundlagen der nationalen EU-Referenden. c2d Working Papers Series 36, Centre for Democracy Studies Aarau (ZDA) at the University of Zurich.

Abstract

Fifty-one referendums on issues related to the European Communities and their successor organisations have taken place since 1972, when Irish, Norwegian and Danish citizens voted on EC membership. As the European treaties up to now provided for their ratification pursuant to national rules, all these referendums have been held on the basis of national law. This working paper aims to give an overview on the respective national constitutional and legal bases of the EC/EU referendums.

Abstract

Fifty-one referendums on issues related to the European Communities and their successor organisations have taken place since 1972, when Irish, Norwegian and Danish citizens voted on EC membership. As the European treaties up to now provided for their ratification pursuant to national rules, all these referendums have been held on the basis of national law. This working paper aims to give an overview on the respective national constitutional and legal bases of the EC/EU referendums.

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Item Type:Working Paper
Communities & Collections:Working Paper Series > C2D Working Paper Series
Dewey Decimal Classification:320 Political science
340 Law
900 History
Language:English
Date:2010
Deposited On:03 Apr 2014 07:34
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 17:48
Series Name:c2d Working Papers Series
Number of Pages:37
ISSN:1662-8152 (E)
Additional Information:Published as: Massüger, Nina and Kuoni, Beat (2011) Viel Raum für Politik - die rechtlichen Grundlagen der nationalen EU-Referenden, Zeitschrift für Staats- und Europawissenschaften, Heft 1/2011.
Related URLs:http://www.c2d.ch

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