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Title: Union based on the rule of law: the Court of Justice of the European Union and the (future of) European integration
Authors: Hristina RUNCHEVA TASEV
Milena APOSTOLOVSKA- STEPANOSKA
Leposava OGNJANOSKA
Issue Date: Dec-2020
Publisher: EASTERN JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN STUDIES
Journal: EASTERN JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN STUDIES
Abstract: The judicial contribution to the dynamic process of European Integration was especially important, as the Court of Justice of the EU, through its creative and extensive interpretation of the Treaties, became an important catalyst for the integration process. The next phase of the European integration seems to be the ‘integration through the rule of law’, as the further development of this process must be based on a secure and solid ground, reaffirming the Union as a community of values. Given its importance for the confidence of citizens in the Union and the effective delivery of policies, the rule of law is of central relevance to the future of Europe. The main aim of this paper is to examine the progressive and influential role of the CJEU regarding the integration process, as a starting premise for determining its potential as an actor in the process of overcoming the following challenges.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/9846
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