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Grundrechte in der Europäischen Union: Die Rolle der Charta nach dem Vertrag von Lissabon

27-03-2015

Die Europäische Union und ihre Mitgliedstaaten müssen bei der Erfüllung der in den Verträgen verankerten Aufgaben die Grundsätze der Rechtsstaatlichkeit und der Achtung der Grundrechte befolgen. Diese gesetzlichen Verpflichtungen werden zunehmend auch von der Rechtsprechung des Gerichtshofs der Europäischen Union eingerahmt. Der Gerichtshof hat die Lücken in den ursprünglichen Verträgen ausgefüllt und stellt somit gleichzeitig die Autonomie und Konsistenz der Rechtsordnung der Europäischen Union ...

Die Europäische Union und ihre Mitgliedstaaten müssen bei der Erfüllung der in den Verträgen verankerten Aufgaben die Grundsätze der Rechtsstaatlichkeit und der Achtung der Grundrechte befolgen. Diese gesetzlichen Verpflichtungen werden zunehmend auch von der Rechtsprechung des Gerichtshofs der Europäischen Union eingerahmt. Der Gerichtshof hat die Lücken in den ursprünglichen Verträgen ausgefüllt und stellt somit gleichzeitig die Autonomie und Konsistenz der Rechtsordnung der Europäischen Union und deren Bezug zu den nationalen Verfassungsordnungen sicher. Seit Inkrafttreten des Vertrags von Lissabon sind diese Grundsätze auch ausdrücklich in den Verträgen und in der Charta der Grundrechte der Europäischen Union verankert. Die Charta ist Bestandteil der verfassungsrechtlichen Vorschriften und Grundsätze der EU und für die Gemeinschaftsorgane bei der Verabschiedung neuer Maßnahmen sowie für die Mitgliedstaaten während der Durchführung verbindlich. Die Charta ist ein Bezugspunkt, nicht nur für den Gerichtshof, sondern auch für die EU-Rechtsvorschriften, insbesondere wenn sich die EU-Rechtsvorschriften in konkreter Weise auf die Grundrechte beziehen. Darüber hinaus sind die Grundrechte jedoch auch für die EURechtsvorschriften in allen anderen Zuständigkeitsbereichen der Union von Bedeutung.

Frans Timmermans - Erster Vizepräsident, zuständig für bessere Rechtssetzung, interinstitutionelle Beziehungen, Rechtstaatlichkeit und die Grundrechtecharta - Anhörungen der designierten Mitglieder der EU-Kommission

24-09-2014

Frontex and surveillance of the EU's external sea borders

10-04-2014

In recent years, EU Member States have been confronted with increasing numbers of irregular migrants travelling on overloaded and/or unseaworthy boats across the Mediterranean Sea. In order to limit the growing numbers of fatalities, with hundreds of lives being lost, the EU and its Member States have sought to improve surveillance at the EU's external sea borders and strengthen coordination in search and rescue.

In recent years, EU Member States have been confronted with increasing numbers of irregular migrants travelling on overloaded and/or unseaworthy boats across the Mediterranean Sea. In order to limit the growing numbers of fatalities, with hundreds of lives being lost, the EU and its Member States have sought to improve surveillance at the EU's external sea borders and strengthen coordination in search and rescue.

EU approach to cyber-security

31-03-2014

Fighting cross-border crime affecting information and communications networks (cybercrime) is a priority in the EU's internal security strategy. To counter so-called cyber-attacks in a borderless space, the European Union and the Council of Europe have drawn up common strategies, operational measures and legislation.

Fighting cross-border crime affecting information and communications networks (cybercrime) is a priority in the EU's internal security strategy. To counter so-called cyber-attacks in a borderless space, the European Union and the Council of Europe have drawn up common strategies, operational measures and legislation.

Entry and residence of third-country nationals for research and study purposes

20-02-2014

The European Union faces major structural and demographic challenges. To maintain its position as world-leading economy, the EU needs to attract more skilled labour. Students from third countries are an important source of skilled workers, while the EU has a shortage of the researchers and innovators desperately required if the Union is to meet its economic growth targets.

The European Union faces major structural and demographic challenges. To maintain its position as world-leading economy, the EU needs to attract more skilled labour. Students from third countries are an important source of skilled workers, while the EU has a shortage of the researchers and innovators desperately required if the Union is to meet its economic growth targets.

Freedom of movement for EU public documents

30-01-2014

Around 2.5% of the EU population is resident in a Member State (MS) other than that of their origin. In the past decade, increasing numbers of EU citizens have taken advantage of free movement within the internal market, wishing to live, work or study in another MS. However, according to the European Commission, this freedom may be curtailed in practice by the need for European citizens and legal persons to have the host State recognise public documents and certificates from their State of origin ...

Around 2.5% of the EU population is resident in a Member State (MS) other than that of their origin. In the past decade, increasing numbers of EU citizens have taken advantage of free movement within the internal market, wishing to live, work or study in another MS. However, according to the European Commission, this freedom may be curtailed in practice by the need for European citizens and legal persons to have the host State recognise public documents and certificates from their State of origin. For example, problems are experienced in cases related to driving licences, accessing social services or tax benefits, avoiding double taxation, looking for a job, and getting married or divorced.

Constitutional problems of multi-tier governance in the EU

06-12-2013

Differentiated integration - where some Member States are not yet ready or are unwilling to participate in new developments – is a fact of today's European Union. Nonetheless, the route chosen by the Member States to move forward has a major impact both on the legal certainty around any new instruments and on their democratic oversight. Recent developments in the field of economic and monetary union illustrate very well the difficulties which arise.

Differentiated integration - where some Member States are not yet ready or are unwilling to participate in new developments – is a fact of today's European Union. Nonetheless, the route chosen by the Member States to move forward has a major impact both on the legal certainty around any new instruments and on their democratic oversight. Recent developments in the field of economic and monetary union illustrate very well the difficulties which arise.

Establishing the European Border Surveillance System

03-10-2013

The European Border Surveillance System (Eurosur) is a key element of integrated border management on the EU's external frontiers, in which Member States cooperate with each other and with Frontex to exchange information on irregular migration and cross-border crime. Developing Eurosur as a full-scale system, as proposed in the draft regulation, will also address the dangers faced by migrants on the EU's southern sea borders.

The European Border Surveillance System (Eurosur) is a key element of integrated border management on the EU's external frontiers, in which Member States cooperate with each other and with Frontex to exchange information on irregular migration and cross-border crime. Developing Eurosur as a full-scale system, as proposed in the draft regulation, will also address the dangers faced by migrants on the EU's southern sea borders.

The right of access to a lawyer

05-09-2013

In the European criminal justice area, the procedural rights of suspected or accused persons in criminal proceedings are an essential component of measures harmonising EU law or foreseeing mutual recognition mechanisms. The proposed Directive on the right of access to a lawyer follows a 2009 Council road map on rights of suspects and accused persons.

In the European criminal justice area, the procedural rights of suspected or accused persons in criminal proceedings are an essential component of measures harmonising EU law or foreseeing mutual recognition mechanisms. The proposed Directive on the right of access to a lawyer follows a 2009 Council road map on rights of suspects and accused persons.

Implementing the EU Internal Security Strategy

05-09-2013

Within the area of freedom, security and justice, the EU needs to ensure the balance between civil liberties and a high level of security. In March 2010, the European Council approved the EU internal security strategy (ISS). The Commission's agenda for implementing the ISS concludes in 2014, and therefore discussions on the strategy beyond 2014 are now under way.

Within the area of freedom, security and justice, the EU needs to ensure the balance between civil liberties and a high level of security. In March 2010, the European Council approved the EU internal security strategy (ISS). The Commission's agenda for implementing the ISS concludes in 2014, and therefore discussions on the strategy beyond 2014 are now under way.

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