CONTINUITY AND CHANGE IN THE ITALIAN CONSTITUTION
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The author provides an analysis of the constitution by way of examination of the extent in which it maintains the value of continuity, in the face of complete transformations covering the constitution from the perspective of 60 years of its existence and the change of the republican system of Italian government. He also examines if, and to what extent, the jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court and interpretation of the provisions of the constitution by the parliament change the constitution, creating the so-called live constitution which, sometimes, does not comply with the original provisions of the basic law, but makes it possible to enact considerable modifications within he limits of the existing legal system.
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