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ACADEMIA DE CIENCIAS FÍSICAS, MATEMÁTICAS Y NATURALES (ACFIMAN)
RULE OF LAW
VOL. 4, NO. 6, PGS. 14–19

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The Challenges of Spanish Constitutional Law
The Consensus, the Monarchy, Catalonia
Olivier Lecucq

Olivier Lecucq is Director of the Institute of Iberian and Ibero-American Studies and Professor of Public Law at the University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour. His most recent book is 40 ans d'application de la Constitution espagnole.

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Since just over forty years ago, when the Constitution of 27 December 1978 came into force, Spain has had to face many important constitutional challenges. These have been related, in the first place, to the transition to democracy after four decades of Franco’s dictatorship. The main challenge was, first [...]

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