2 edition of The constitutional dilemma of the European Union found in the catalog.
The constitutional dilemma of the European Union
Includes bibliographical references and bibliography (p. 114-122).
|Series||The Hogendorp papers -- 8, Hogendorp papers -- 8.|
|LC Classifications||KJE4445 .N47 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 125 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||2009479154|
Book Description. This book explores the recent trend of enhancing the role of the people in constitutional change. It traces the reasons underlying this tendency, the new ways in which it takes form, the possibilities of success and failure of such ventures as well as the risks and benefits it carries. He proposes that this dilemma of revolt or revolution is the most serious constitutional problem facing European and national constitutional law. This book is an invaluable study for academics and students of EC law, public international law and constitutional : Diarmuid Rossa Phelan.
accession shall not affect the Union’s competences as defined in the Treaties. 3. Fundamental rights, as guaranteed by the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and as they result from the constitutional traditions common to the Member States, shall constitute general principles of the Union’s law. THE DILEMMA OF THE EUROPEAN UNION: BALANCING THE POWER OF THE SUPRANATIONAL EU ENTITY AGAINST THE SOVEREIGNTY OF ITS INDEPENDENT MEMBER NATIONS Barbara Crutchfield Georget Paul L. Frantztt Jutta Birmelettt INTRODUCTION The European Union (EU)1 has a legal and political struc-ture unique in the world because it is composed of fifteen sover-File Size: 1MB.
The book also confronts head-on the problems and challenges facing the Union and the gap which is often perceived between lofty ideals and harsh realities. The book will be useful to students of EU law and European integration but will also appeal to a broader audience of researchers and practitioners, including political : Allan Rosas and Lorna Armati. Fernando Mendez, Mario Mendez and Vasiliki Triga's monograph Referendums and the European Union: A Comparative Inquiry is such a book. Thorough, insightful and with details that go far beyond the topic of referendums on European integration, this book is a good introduction to the timely issue of referendums in general.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: 1. Today's constitutional situation within the EU Federalism and multi-level governance in today's Europe Main constitutional issues affected by the Lisbon Treaty A few important theoretical remarks What to do now.
Against the background of the drafting of this new treaty, and the constitutional discussion within EU law during the last decades, the book questions whether the Treaty and leading EU law theorists have really grasped and addressed the true future challenges of European by: 2. This book deals with one of the most important issues of philosophy of law and constitutional thought: how to understand clashes of fundamental rights, such as the conflict between free speech and privacy.
The Constitutional Dilemma of the European Union Terug. € 48,- Auteur(s): Nergelius, J. Jaartal: Taal: engels. Afmetingen: 16,7x24,7cm trait of European integration, namely supra-national decision-making, and discuss its future potential.
In the book, recent changes in EU constitutional law and constitutional theory in general are. Europa Law Publishing The Constitutional Dilemma of the European Union.
Advanced search. namely supra-national decision-making, and discuss its future potential. In the book, recent changes in EU constitutional law and constitutional theory in general are observed.
which may make the EU work more efficient and at the same time bridging. The Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe (TCE; commonly referred to as the European Constitution or as the Constitutional Treaty) was an unratified international treaty intended to create a consolidated constitution for the European Union (EU).
It would have replaced the existing European Union treaties with a single text, given legal force to the Charter of Fundamental Rights, and Location: Rome, Italy. The Constitutional Dilemma of the European Union – By Joakim Nergelius Article in European Law Journal 16(6) November with 49 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Leading European Union law experts often write of the “European Dream,” a term which means the fullest possible integration.3 Walter Van Gerven has written, for example, of a European dream as follows: “Even if the draft constitution is not approved and ratified by the Member States, the Convention has at least demonstrated that a Cited by: 3.
This publication contains the text of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europeas signed in Rome on 29 October and published in the Official Journal of. A Fundamental Law of the European Union argues for a stronger, more involved EU and offers a prospectus for radical reform of the organization.
The book proposes amending the Lisbon treaty to. This book offers an approach that concentrates on those aspects of European legal materials that are of constitutional interest.
It takes the basic themes of constitutional law relevant in an established federal structure (principally the United States) as a "template" and then organizes analysis of the provisions of the various EU Treaties and the caselaw in order to bring out the degree to Author: John F.
Murphy, James Dinnage. Flags of the European Union (EU) fly outside the Berlaymont building, which houses offices of the European Commission, in Brussels, on Ma Exclusive: The European elites want the European Union as a means for controlling the Continent’s economies, but that often requires overriding the popular will of nation states, a dilemma for.
the Constitutional Court notes that the constitutional nature of an MP’s representative mandate should not be challenged because the MP could commit a dishonorable act or criminal offence.
For dishonorable acts that are not criminal, MPs carry political responsibility that may result in them not being re-elected in the next elections. The central thesis is that the EU is faced with a 'direct democratic dilemma', which is compounded by the EU's rigid constitutional structure and a growing politicisation of the referendum device on matters related to European by: The Constitutional Dilemma of European Integration.
Drawing upon the author's recently completed book, Constitutional Democracy, the paper will review the purpose for the Union's existence Author: Peter Kurrild-Klitgaard.
The European Union (EU) is a political and economic union of 27 member states that are located primarily in Europe. Its members have a combined area of 4, km 2 (1, sq mi) and an estimated total population of about million. The EU has developed an internal single market through a standardised system of laws that apply in all member states in those matters, and only those Administrative centre: Brussels.
Constitutional Pluralism in the European Union and Beyond Editor(s an impressive collection of essays gathering some of the most important names in the field of European constitutional law.
In the present circumstances of an unprecedented crisis in the European Union, the book is an indispensable and highly recommended read for anybody. The regulation of the future relations between the United Kingdom and the European Union is one of the most important issues for the EU.
The Robert Schuman Foundation offers a pedagogical dossier presenting the issues that led to the Brexit referendum, the negotiations, as well as the challenges for the future relations between the UK and the EU. Europeans will soon consider a proposed constitution for the European Union that is very different from the U.S.
Constitution. The United States is the oldest and largest surviving constitutional. The Court of Justice of the EU is commonly presented as a powerful supranational engine and the unfailing hero of a liberal and federal Europe. The Court is thus an unlikely supporter of ‘new intergovernmentalism’.
This chapter, through a selective analysis of the Court’s case law, judicial opinions, academic commentaries, and official statements in the post-Maastricht period, makes Author: Marie-Pierre Granger.In this book, Federico Fabbrini outlines the impact of the Euro crisis on the constitutional and legal architecture of the European Union, arguing for a shift from constitutional arrangements rooted in ‘accident and force’ to systems ‘designed on the basis of reflection and choice’.
Francesco Costamagna welcomes this as a refreshing challenge to the assumption that movement towards an.Get this from a library! A fundamental law of the European Union.
[Spinelli Group.; Bertelsmann Stiftung (Gütersloh, Germany);] -- "The financial crash and lengthy economic recession have tested the institutions of the European Union as never before. Debate about the future of Europe has polarized: Some want no more integration.