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Europäische Bürgerschaft – Anfang oder Ende einer Utopie?

Nomos,  2020, 169 Pages

ISBN 978-3-8487-7804-1

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englischEuropean citizenship should give Europeans a number of rights, which are essentially derived from the free movement of persons in a Europe without internal borders and which include social rights. However, it should also provide a political and civil status by giving Union citizens the right to vote in local representative bodies and in the European Parliament. In recent years, however, there has been a development which seems to reverse this idea of a civis europeus. This volume contains the current developments on European citizenship from a legal, political and economic perspective, which were discussed at the Walter-Hallstein Symposium on 7 and 8 March 2019.


With contributions by

Stefan Kadelbach, Paul Nemitz, Michael Zürn, Astrid Wallrabenstein, Matthias Busse und Dieter Kugelmann.

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