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LA SENTENCIA DEL TRIBUNAL CONSTITUCIONAL 247/2007 Y EL SISTEMA CONSTITUCIONAL DE DISTRIBUCIÓN DE COMPETENCIAS ENTRE EL ESTADO Y LAS COMUNIDADES AUTÓNOMAS

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Author(s): Joaquín Tornos Mas

Journal: Revista d'Estudis Autonòmics i Federals
ISSN 1886-2632

Issue: 7;
Start page: 79;
Date: 2008;
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Keywords: Statute of Autonomy | distribution of jurisdictions | dispositive principle | deconstitutionalisation | jurisdictional material | jurisdictional function | Organic Law Harmonizing the Autonomous Process (LOAPA)

ABSTRACT
The aim of this study is to examine articles 7 to 10 of ruling 247/2007 of theConstitutional Court, in which the role of the Statutes of Autonomy in thedivision of jurisdictions between the Central Government and the AutonomousCommunities is analysed, and the impact that the ruling in this case may haveon the future ruling on the Catalan Statute. To link ruling 247/2007 withthe future ruling on the Catalan Statute, on one side the appellant parties –the Partido Popular and the ombudsman, and the Parliement of Catalonia,on the other, the Constitutional Court makes its arguments regarding theextent to which the Statutes of Autonomy limit its jurisdiction. Public knowledgeof the appellants’ arguments and the Constitutional Court’s decisionregarding this case, which are included in a ruling from previous appealsthat pronounces on many of the issues covered in the mentioned appeals,allows the study to close with a series of considerations about the future rulingof the Constitutional Court on the part of the Catalan Statute relatingto the new model for distribution of jurisdictions.
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