This Essay assesses the achievement of restoring representative government and also considers whether this is enough given the changes that have occurred since last there was devolved government in Northern Ireland. Finally, it examines those aspects of the Agreement that can be developed in line with a view that the constitution should now be seen much less as a structure of rule than a framework for rule within the wider task of democratizing democracy in the new Northern Ireland.
Constitutionalism and Change: Representation, Governance, and Participation in the New Northern Ireland,
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