Constitutional Reform In Britain And France: From Human Rights To Brexit by Elizabeth Gibson-morganConstitutional Reform In Britain And France: From Human Rights To Brexit by Elizabeth Gibson-morgan

Constitutional Reform In Britain And France: From Human Rights To Brexit

byElizabeth Gibson-morgan

Hardcover | November 15, 2017

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The United Kingdom and France have very distinctive constitutional identities, so a book that compares the two takes on a complicated task. Elizabeth Gibson-Morgan here begins by detailing the two nations' shared historical, political, and cultural background, then goes on to explore the sweeping transformations that their constitutional frameworks have undergone in the past twenty-five years at both national and regional levels, with a particular emphasis on Wales and Scotland. Where Gibson-Morgan truly breaks new ground, however, is in her approach: rather than treat each country separately, she explains the pattern of institutional development in both from a comparative Franco-British perspective.
Elizabeth Gibson-Morgan is professor-elect of law and languages at the University of Tours, and the Bordeaux Law School in France and a senior research fellow in constitutional law at King’s College London.
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Title:Constitutional Reform In Britain And France: From Human Rights To BrexitFormat:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.9 inPublished:November 15, 2017Publisher:University Of Wales PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1786831228

ISBN - 13:9781786831224

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Table of Contents

List of Abbreviations
Foreword
 
Introduction
 
Chapter One: Constitutional Change: Codifying the British Constitution, Rewriting the French
 
Chapter Two: The French Presidency and the British Monarchy: Changed and yet Unchanging Institutions
 
Chapter Three: Emancipating and Reforming Parliaments in France and the United Kingdom
 
Chapter Four: Better Protecting Human Rights and Strengthening an Independent Judiciary
 
Chapter Five: Devolution in the United Kingdom, a Decentralisation Process in France
 
Chapter Six: The European Dimension: France and the UK, Partners in Europe
 
Conclusion: Towards a New Entente Cordiale
 
Bibliography
Index
 

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 “‘Comparison illuminates’—this is an absolutely indispensable book for UK, French and comparative constitutional scholars, as well as all those concerned with the present and future politics of each country and Europe as a whole. Elizabeth Gibson-Morgan’s shrewd analysis identifies and explains the key differences in the political and constitutional practices of the two countries and the common challenges they face in the years ahead.”