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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Delineating Wales

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ISBN13: 9780708317396
ISBN: 0708317391
Published: December 2003
Publisher: University of Wales Press
Format: Paperback
Price: £24.99

With devolution and the establishment of the National Assembly, Wales has gained its first ever democratically elected and accountable government. This represents not only a turning point in the history of Wales, but also a fascinating development in the constitutional and legal history of the United Kingdom. In Delineating Wales, Richard Rawlings critically evaluates the legal and constitutional aspects of devolution. Drawing on interviews with those responsible for creating and maintaining the devolutionary scheme, he considers the internal architecture and operation of the National Assembly, the distinctive law-making procedures in Wales and discusses Wales's relationship with both Britain and the European Union. In addition to being the first book to examine the constitutional and legal aspects of Welsh devolution in detail, Delineating Wales also offers a detailed critique of the existing position and suggests proposals for reform. It will be an essential text for anyone interested in contemporary constitutional and political developments in relation to the Welsh model of devolution.

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