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Procedures Regarding National Identity Clause in the National Constitutional Court's and CJEU's Case Law


Blagojević, Anita
Procedures Regarding National Identity Clause in the National Constitutional Court's and CJEU's Case Law // EU and Comparative Law Issues and Challenges / Duić, Dunja ; Petrašević, Tunjica (ur.).
Osijek: Pravni fakultet Osijek, 2017. str. 210-238


Naslov
Procedures Regarding National Identity Clause in the National Constitutional Court's and CJEU's Case Law

Autori
Blagojević, Anita

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
EU and Comparative Law Issues and Challenges

Urednik/ci
Duić, Dunja ; Petrašević, Tunjica

Izdavač
Pravni fakultet Osijek

Grad
Osijek

Godina
2017

Raspon stranica
210-238

ISBN
978-953-8109-15-7

Ključne riječi
national identity, constitutional identity, constitutional court, Court of Justice of the European Union

Sažetak
Besides the evolution of the concept of national identity through the work of scholars, a new era in the conceptualization of this concept came with the Lisbon Treaty and its so-called ‘’national identity clause’’ or the famous Article 4(2) TEU. Since Article 4(2) TEU does not determine the national identity of Member States, in order to determine it, our starting point should be its constitution, or, more precisely, certain principles of its constitution or a set of core values, principles and rules. A second important phase in this sense is the relevant constitutional court’s case law. In this context, particularly important role play decisions regarding the relationship between the law of the European Union and domestic constitutional law. The German Federal Constitutional Court has developed the most elaborate jurisprudence on constitutional iden-tity. This German approach has inspired the positions adopted by some other constitutional courts, and very possible will be aslo inspiration for future Croatian Constitutional Court position in this context. As it arises from the analysis of the CJEU’s case-law, although it seems that Article 4(2) TEU offers a trap door to Member States to escape some of their EU law obligations, the overall picture is far from being so simple.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Pravo



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Pravni fakultet, Osijek

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Blagojević, Anita
Procedures Regarding National Identity Clause in the National Constitutional Court's and CJEU's Case Law // EU and Comparative Law Issues and Challenges / Duić, Dunja ; Petrašević, Tunjica (ur.).
Osijek: Pravni fakultet Osijek, 2017. str. 210-238
Blagojević, A. (2017) Procedures Regarding National Identity Clause in the National Constitutional Court's and CJEU's Case Law. U: Duić, D. & Petrašević, T. (ur.) EU and Comparative Law Issues and Challenges. Osijek, Pravni fakultet Osijek, str. 210-238.
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