– by Fabrizio E. Crameri, MLaw
In this essay the author explores the relevance of secession clauses in a constitution. He argues that providing for secession in their constitution is a way for states to regulate self-determination in a peaceful manner. He concludes that there is however no consensus on the form or the content that such a secession clause should have.
This short essay was published in the first edition of 2016 of the Law Review (Quid? Fribourg Law Review) at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland).
Check out the essay: An Introduction to Constitutional Secession