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Constitutional erosion in Spain: the Catalan pro-independence crisis

Núria González Campañá, University of Barcelona, writes for our blog series on the domestic political implications and international echoes of the independence bid in Catalonia, a collaboration with the Institute for Comparative Federalism at EURAC Research.
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Democratic system and territorial integration: the effects and consequences of Catalonia’s quest for independence

Ana Carmona Contreras, Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Seville, writes for our blog series on the domestic political implications and international echoes of the independence bid in Catalonia, a collaboration with the Institute for Comparative Federalism at EURAC Research.
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Introduction – Democratic system and territorial integration: the effects and consequences of Catalonia’s quest for independence

Francisco Javier Romero Caro of the Institute for Comparative Federalism, EURAC Research, introduces a new blog series on the domestic political implications and international echoes of the independence bid in Catalonia.
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Supreme Court awards round one to the SNP

As the court rejects the UK Government attempt to avoid a judgment on the substantive issue, Richard Parry assesses the political prospects for both sides going into the full hearing of devolved competence of an independence referendum.
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CCC colleagues appearing at the Scottish Parliament Festival of Politics

Centre on Constitutional Change Co-Director Meryl Kenny and Fellows Nicola McEwen and Michael Keating are taking part in this year’s Festival of Politics, three days of debate in August about the issues that matter most to people in Scotland.
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As political drama unfolds in London, Labour and SNP move ahead on constitutional policy

With the fall of Boris Johnson commanding attention, Richard Parry reviews important policy developments in the same week that set the stage for the next phase of constitutional change.