The Treaty of Lisbon positively solves the problem of the recognition of the legal personality of the European Union. This is an importantresult that a part of the doctrine has come into being since the Maastricht Treaty and that the European Constitution was careful to make it its own. But, the non-ratification of the latter has revived the question that was precisely answered by the Lisbon Treaty. Such recognition, while leaving unresolved some issues closely related to it, favours several positive effects, such as the strengthening of the feeling of belonging to the EU by European citizens, an aspect that is at the basis of any federal yearning. In a historical moment, in which the European integration process seemed to have stopped because of the weak political response of the EU to the economic crisis, the efforts of the Italian Legislature are being directed at creating a domestic federalism (whose aspects at the moment are very uncertain) and not to strengthening the European integration process to which Italy, as a founder member of the European Community, has shown to pursue on several occasions.
|Titolo:||La personalità giuridica dell’Unione Europea dopo il Trattato di Lisbona e la “pseudo” personalità federale dell’Italia|
|Settore Scientifico Disciplinare:||Settore IUS/14 - Diritto dell'Unione Europea|
Settore IUS/13 - Diritto Internazionale
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Enti collegati al convegno:||Centro Studi sul Federalismo|
|Tipologia:||Book Part (author)|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||03 - Contributo in volume|