Journal title SOCIETÀ DEGLI INDIVIDUI (LA)
Author/s Valerio Fabbrizi
Publishing Year 2020 Issue 2019/66 Language Italian
Pages 7 P. 140-146 File size 45 KB
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This article deals with populism by addressing it under its constitutional connotations. Populism is a timeless issue, but it has reached a new relevance in last times. The first part of the paper addresses populism from a general perspective, by proposing a counterposition between populism and liberal democracy, whilst the last part aims at outlining the characteristics of a so-called ‘populist’ constitutionalism, as opposed to the liberal-democratic constitutionalism. Eventually, the article proposes a brief reflection about the risks of a populist drift in contexts of ‘pseudo-democracies’.
Keywords: Populism, constitutionalism, constitutional democracy, liberalism.
Valerio Fabbrizi, Per una definizione populista della democrazia costituzionale in "SOCIETÀ DEGLI INDIVIDUI (LA)" 66/2019, pp 140-146, DOI: 10.3280/LAS2019-066017