Il significato costituzionale della cittadinanza europea

Author/s Gianluigi Palombella
Publishing Year 2004 Issue 2004/2
Language Italian Pages 36 P. File size 197 KB
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Whether the Constitution to be signed adds anything to the conception of citizenship worked out in the Maastricht and Amsterdam treaties is a question which has to be addressed. European (non cosmopolitan) organization is structured in such a way as to reflect the converging role of bodies accountable respectively ton the states and the «european» citizens. EU has now its own goals which require a reflexive awareness different from the one required for the mere regulation of the market: people can not be treated as mere clients of public policies. The nature of citizenship depends on premises of organizational nature (the existence of two sources of power), of socio-historical nature (the non individualistic character of its institutional goals, among which the union of peoples stands out), of procedural nature (the production of a common point of view), and political-legal nature (the function of power as linked to the conception of rights as goals).

Gianluigi Palombella, Il significato costituzionale della cittadinanza europea in "TEORIA POLITICA" 2/2004, pp , DOI: