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The Italian Constitutional Court, the plurality of legal orders and supranational fundamental rights: a discussion in terms of interlegality
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AbstractThis work aims to investigate the stance of the Italian Constitutional Court (ItCC) on ECHR and CFREU and their respective Courts, ECtHR and CJEU. The aim is to verify if the attitude of the ItCC could be described in terms of openness or closedness, understanding openness as an effort to practise loyal cooperation through procedural means and, substantively, as greater attention for the norms of supranational orders, and closedness as the setting aside of all forms of procedural tiesdoi:10.1017/elo.2022.43 fatcat:kc26wpvxafgjncau72edrf463m