Chapter 6: EU citizenship as constitutional right
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Chapter 6 draws on the previous chapters by pulling together the analyses of citizenship, constitutional rights norms and understandings of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) through the discussion of key citizenship cases that the CJEU has heard. It will enable the reader to see the relevance of norm theory for the development of concepts such as citizenship, while also arguing for a wider impact of this approach on European constitutional law. The CJEU’s reasoning will be used as evidence of the existence of constitutional rights norms within the EU legal framework.

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