The withdrawal of the UK from the EU raises several questions related to the future of Northern Ireland. The latter presents peculiarities of political, historical, and legal nature that set it apart from the other devolved nations. The aim of this article is to focus on one of these crucial aspects, that is the constitutional status of Northern Ireland, as part of the United Kingdom or of the Republic of Ireland, and consequently, on the concept of ‘constitutional integrity’.

The impact of Brexit on the constitutional status of Northern Ireland

Bonifati, Lidia
2019

Abstract

The withdrawal of the UK from the EU raises several questions related to the future of Northern Ireland. The latter presents peculiarities of political, historical, and legal nature that set it apart from the other devolved nations. The aim of this article is to focus on one of these crucial aspects, that is the constitutional status of Northern Ireland, as part of the United Kingdom or of the Republic of Ireland, and consequently, on the concept of ‘constitutional integrity’.
Bonifati, Lidia
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