Bicameralism is under pressure in every corner of the world. From North to South America, from Australia to Africa, and from Asia to Europe, there are some signs of success, yet perhaps more of failure, in efforts to reform bicam¬eralism to respond to the modern expectations of democracy.
Richard Albert, Antonia Baraggia and Cristina Fasone
In today’s world of crisis of liberal constitutionalism, what are the virtues and pitfalls of bicameralism? In other words, to what extent does bicameralism constitute a bulwark against the ‘democratic decay’ or, rather, is it (a small) part of the problem?