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Primacy's Twilight? On the Legal Consequences of the Ruling of the Federal Constitutional Court of 5 May 2020 for the Primacy of EU Law

27-04-2021

The study analyses the repercussions of the judgment of the German Federal Constitutional Court of 5 May 2020. It puts the decision into context, makes a normative assessment, analyses possible consequences and makes some policy recommendations.

The study analyses the repercussions of the judgment of the German Federal Constitutional Court of 5 May 2020. It puts the decision into context, makes a normative assessment, analyses possible consequences and makes some policy recommendations.

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Niels Petersen - Konstantin Chatziathanasiou

Euroopa Liidu Kohtu pädevus

01-04-2017

Käesolevas teabelehes kirjeldatakse Euroopa Liidu Kohtu pädevust. Euroopa Liidu Kohus koosneb kahest kohtust – Euroopa Kohus ja Üldkohus –, mis pakuvad erinevaid õiguskaitseahendeid, nagu on sätestatud Euroopa Liidu lepingu artiklis 19, Euroopa Liidu toimimise lepingu artiklites 251–281, Euratomi asutamislepingu artiklis 136 ning aluslepingutele lisatud protokollis nr 3 Euroopa Liidu Kohtu põhikirja kohta.

Käesolevas teabelehes kirjeldatakse Euroopa Liidu Kohtu pädevust. Euroopa Liidu Kohus koosneb kahest kohtust – Euroopa Kohus ja Üldkohus –, mis pakuvad erinevaid õiguskaitseahendeid, nagu on sätestatud Euroopa Liidu lepingu artiklis 19, Euroopa Liidu toimimise lepingu artiklites 251–281, Euratomi asutamislepingu artiklis 136 ning aluslepingutele lisatud protokollis nr 3 Euroopa Liidu Kohtu põhikirja kohta.

The German Federal Constitutional Court's ruling on the European Arrest Warrant

28-01-2016

The Bundesverfassungsgericht (BVerfG) has now published its December 2015 ruling in favour of a claimant who had lodged a constitutional complaint against the decision to allow his surrender to Italy on the basis of a European arrest warrant issued by the Italian authorities. In its ruling, the German Constitutional Court appears to be departing from its previous 'Solange' case law on the examination of EU acts against fundamental rights enshrined in the Basic Law (Grundgesetz).

The Bundesverfassungsgericht (BVerfG) has now published its December 2015 ruling in favour of a claimant who had lodged a constitutional complaint against the decision to allow his surrender to Italy on the basis of a European arrest warrant issued by the Italian authorities. In its ruling, the German Constitutional Court appears to be departing from its previous 'Solange' case law on the examination of EU acts against fundamental rights enshrined in the Basic Law (Grundgesetz).

Spinelli's legacy: the federal path

30-01-2014

The 1984 Draft Treaty establishing the European Union, known as the "Spinelli Report" although drafted by six co-rapporteurs, has since shaped the path of European integration like no other document. It was the first text of a "European Constitution" drafted by a European institution. Its underlying ideas are, 30 years after its adoption by Parliament on 14 February 1984, still topical, not only because a great part of the EU constitutional architecture can be traced back to it, but also due to its ...

The 1984 Draft Treaty establishing the European Union, known as the "Spinelli Report" although drafted by six co-rapporteurs, has since shaped the path of European integration like no other document. It was the first text of a "European Constitution" drafted by a European institution. Its underlying ideas are, 30 years after its adoption by Parliament on 14 February 1984, still topical, not only because a great part of the EU constitutional architecture can be traced back to it, but also due to its relevance for the ever-lively discussions on the future direction of the European project.

The Triangular Relationship between Fundamental Rights, Democracy and Rule of Law in the EU - Towards an EU Copenhagen Mechanism

15-10-2013

This study examines the triangular relationship between fundamental rights, democracy and the rule of law in the EU and the challenges that arise in reflecting on ways to strengthen EU competences in these terrains. It analyses the current ‘state of play’ and provides a map of EU-level mechanisms assessing respect for rule of law, democracy and fundamental rights, and Article 2 TEU general principles, by EU Member States. Special attention is paid to crosscutting dilemmas affecting the operability ...

This study examines the triangular relationship between fundamental rights, democracy and the rule of law in the EU and the challenges that arise in reflecting on ways to strengthen EU competences in these terrains. It analyses the current ‘state of play’ and provides a map of EU-level mechanisms assessing respect for rule of law, democracy and fundamental rights, and Article 2 TEU general principles, by EU Member States. Special attention is paid to crosscutting dilemmas affecting the operability and effective implementation of these principles. The study thinks ahead and offers possible ‘ways forward’ in EU policy-making for ensuring a more optimal respect, protection and promotion of the Union’s principles by Member States and the EU. It proposes the creation of a new supervisory mechanism – the Copenhagen mechanism – to effectively address the current rule of law deficits facing the concept of ‘democratic rule of law with fundamental rights’ in the Union.

Parlamendiväline autor

Sergio Carrera (Centre for European Policy Studies - CEPS, Brussels, Belgium), Elspeth Guild (CEPS , Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands , Queen Mary University of London, the UK) and Nicholas Hernanz (CEPS) , Thematic contributions by: Cinzia Alcidi (CEPS), Matthias Busse (CEPS), Roger Errera (former member of the Conseil d’Etat in France , Central European University, Budapest, Hungary), Ivanka Ivanova (Open Society Institute – OSI, Sofia, Bulgaria), Jeffrey Jowell (University College London , Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law, London, the UK) and Nikolaus Marsch (University of Freiburg, Breisgau, Germany)

Tools for Ensuring Implementation and Application of EU Law and Evaluation of Their Effectiveness

15-07-2013

The problems of implementation and enforcement of EU law have been longstanding. This report analyses the trends regarding the transposition of EU law and the reasons for failure to transpose on time. It assesses different tools developed at EU level to promote compliance, looking across the board at the EU Pilot and infringement procedure alongside correlation tables, scoreboards, committees, transposition and implementation plans, package meetings or national and EU inspections. As a result, recommendations ...

The problems of implementation and enforcement of EU law have been longstanding. This report analyses the trends regarding the transposition of EU law and the reasons for failure to transpose on time. It assesses different tools developed at EU level to promote compliance, looking across the board at the EU Pilot and infringement procedure alongside correlation tables, scoreboards, committees, transposition and implementation plans, package meetings or national and EU inspections. As a result, recommendations on ways to improve their use are proposed.

Parlamendiväline autor

Marta Ballesteros, Rostane Mehdi, Mariolina Eliantonio and Damir Petrovic

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