The paper analyzes the origins and characteristics of the differentiated re- gionalism referred to in art. 116.3 of the Constitution, highlighting the impact that its implemen- tation could have in Title V of the Constitution, in relation to both ordinary regions and regions with special status. The widespread nature of differentiated regionalism could, in particular, lead to the definitive, tough gradual, overcoming of regional uniformity, towards a model of mainly differentiable regionalism.
|Number of pages||105|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|