The appeal to Sovereignism has been at the center of controversy and confrontation – not only on the political level, but also on the juridical and philosophical one. However, the term is often used ambiguously, or with not always univocal meanings. Today, the idea of sovereignty is all along tied to the States: entering the crisis these, it was inevitable that the sovereignty enters into crisis too. Yet, we ought to say: a certain concept of sovereignty, the sovereignty “of the State” as a State’s attribute is in crisis, not the sovereignist idea in itself. Taking it to the extreme, we could say that today, the new political subjects are no longer the States but the people.