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Lisbon Treaty is a war against the nations of Europe The

3 hours ago Lisbon Treaty / FINAL ACT (2007/C 306/02) 17. Declaration concerning primacy . The Conference recalls that, in accordance with well settled case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union, the Treaties and the law adopted by the Union on the basis of the Treaties have primacy over the law of Member States, under the conditions laid down by the said case law.

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The Treaty of Lisbon European Parliament

5 hours ago The Treaty of Lisbon started as a constitutional project at the end of 2001 (European Council declaration on the future of the European Union, or Laeken declaration), and was followed up in 2002 and 2003 by the European Convention which drafted the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe (Constitutional Treaty) (1.1.4). The process

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The Lisbon Treaty

Just Now The Lisbon treaty, which came in force in late 2009, brought new law-making powers to the European Parliament and put it on an equal footing with the Council of Ministers in deciding what the EU does and how money is spent. It also changed the way the Parliament works with other institutions and gave MEPs more influence on who runs the EU.

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Against the Lisbon Treaty FPIF

3 hours ago Against the Lisbon Treaty - FPIF. There is an idea abroad in North America that the European Union (EU) represents a progressive alternative to U.S.-sponsored neoliberalism. You can find this argument in books such as Jeremy Rifkin's The European Dream and in numerous articles in left-leaning journals.

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The Effect of The Lisbon Treaty on The European Union

4 hours ago The Effect of The Lisbon Treaty on The European Union Abstract. In 1960’s the European integration was stated and after around five decades, the Treaty of Lisbon or Lisbon Treaty (initially known as the Reform Treaty) is an international agreement that amends the two treaties which form the constitutional basis of the European Union (EU).

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YOUR GUIDE TO THE LISBON TREATY europa.rs

4 hours ago equality, rule of law and sustainability. The Lisbon Treaty pledges that the European Union will: • off er people an area of freedom, security and justice without internal frontiers; • work for the sustainable development of Europe based on balanced economic growth and price stability, a highly competitive social market economy, aiming at full

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A critical evaluation of the Lisbon Treaty

6 hours ago The Treaty of Lisbon is not a major step in advancing the institutional interests of the EU, but some of the new institutional arrangements and the ambiguities central to its main provisions have the potential to shift the process of European integration from formal treaties towards informal evolution of …

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The Treaty of Lisbon and the European Union as an actor in

7 hours ago The Treaty of Lisbon and the European Union as an actor in international trade Stephen Woolcock ([email protected]) is Lecturer in International Political Economy at the London School of Economics. He also heads the International Trade Policy Unit …

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The European Union and International Law under the Treaty

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1. Readers probably know this by now, but it is still momentous: the European Community will be no more. The difficult construction of a European Union, based on, and complementing the European Community, will be replaced by a single EU, which will have legal personality (Art 47 Treaty of the European Union [TEU]). That will terminate the rather tedious academic discussions about whether the EU, as opposed to the EC, has international legal personality (it clearly had, at the latest from the moment it started concluding international agreements). Instead of two international legal persons, the EU and the EC, there will be only one. This also means that the various EU external policies will need to be further integrated. The above institutional changes aim to contribute to that. The single EU will be able to act under international law, mainly by concluding international agreements and through action in international organizations, in all the spheres of its activity. There is a big but,...

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There’s a lot wrong with this viral list about the Lisbon

5 hours ago The Lisbon Treaty put the European Parliament’s power to approve law on an equal footing with the Council, and widened the number of areas over which they could make laws. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) is the highest court on matters of EU law.

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13 Facts About the Lisbon Treaty Corbett Report

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1. Be a power-grab by the Big States for control of the EU. At present EU laws are made by a simple majority of Member States (14 out of 27), so long as between them they have a qualified majority of 255 votes out of 345.
2. Copperfasten the Laval and related judgements of the EU Court of Justice, which put the competition rules of the EU market above the right of Trade Unions to enforce pay standards higher than the minimum wage for migrant workers.
3. Permit the post-Lisbon EU to impose Europe-wide taxes directly on us for the first time without need of further Treaties or referendums (Art.311 TFEU).
4. Amend the existing treaties to give the EU exclusive power as regards rules on foreign direct investment (Arts.206-7 TFEU) and give the Court of Justice the power to order the harmonisation of national indirect taxes it it decides that they cause a “distortion of competition” in the EU market (Art.113 TFEU).
5. The Commission, which is appointed not elected, has the monopoly of proposing all European laws. The Lisbon Treaty would abolish our present right to “propose” and decide who Ireland’s Commissioner is, by replacing it with a right to make”suggestions” only, leaving it up to the incoming Commission President to decide (Art.17.7 TEU; cf.Art.214 TEC).
6. Give the legally new EU which it would establish its own State Constitution, which would be superior to the Irish and other national Constitutions. Lisbon would abolish the existing European Community which Ireland joined in 1973 and transfer all of its powers and institutions to the new post-Lisbon Union.
7. Turn us all into real citizens for the first time of this new post-Lisbon European Union, owing obedience to its laws and loyalty to its authority over and above our obedience and loyalty to Ireland and the Irish Constitution and laws in the event of any conflict between the two.
8. Give the EU Court of Justice the power to decide our rights as EU citizens by making the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights legally binding for the first time (Art.6 TEU ).
9. Ireland would lose the national veto it has at present by handing over to the EU the power to make laws binding on us in 32 new policy areas, including public services, crime, justice and policing, immigration, energy, transport, tourism, sport, culture, public health, the EU budget and international measures on climate change (Art.191 TFEU).
10. Reduce the power of National Parliaments to make laws in relation to 49 policy areas or matters, and increase the influence of the European Parliament in making EU laws in 19 new areas (See euabc.eu/Heeger II for the two detailed lists).

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Most of these claims about the EU aren’t true and have

3 hours ago Financial centres all moved to Strasbourg – All agreed in the Lisbon Treaty”. Facebook post, 11 January 2019. Most of the claims aren’t correct, and have no basis in that treaty or EU law. The Lisbon Treaty was signed in 2007, and came into force in 2009, so things wouldn’t suddenly change if we stayed in the EU beyond 2019.

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1 hours ago The Lisbon Treaty 1. What are the effects on the Irish ‚No’ against the Lisbon treaty for the EU? The Lisbon treaty is a reform treaty to streamline the functioning of the European Union. The Irish ‘No’ ruined these plans and the small countries will keep their …

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European Democracy Before and After the Lisbon Treaty

6 hours ago Democratic Deficit. After the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty the legitimacy of the European Union and its capability is still insufficient in the eyes of the citizens. Criticisms on the solutions that are being made from Brussels are slightly transforming to Euroscepticism.

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Ten Things You Might Not Know About the Lisbon Treaty

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1. The Lisbon Treaty establishes a legally quite new European Union. This is a Union in the constitutional form of a supranational European state: The treaty gives this new Union a state constitution, which is identical in its legal effects to the EU constitution that French and Dutch voters rejected in their 2005 referendums. …
2. The treaty empowers this new European Union to act as a state vis-a-vis other states and its own citizens: To understand the change introduced by the Lisbon Treaty, one needs to understand that what we call the European Union today is not a state.
3. The treaty makes us all real citizens of this new European Union for the first time, instead of our being notional or honorary European “citizens” as at present
4. To hide the enormity of the change, the same name—European Union—will be kept, while the Lisbon Treaty changes fundamentally the legal and constitutional nature of the Union.
5. It creates a Union Parliament for the Union’s new citizens: The Lisbon Treaty/EU constitution makes members of the European Parliament, who at present are “representatives of the peoples of the member states,” into “representatives of the Union’s citizens” (Art.9a, amended teu).
6. It creates a cabinet government of the new Union: The treaty turns the European Council, the quarterly “summit” meetings of member state heads of state or government, into an institution of the new Union, so that its acts and failures to act will, like all other Union institutions, be subject to legal review by the EU Court of Justice.
7. It creates a new Union political president: The federalist character of the European Council “summit” meetings in the proposed new Union structure is further underlined by the provision which gives the European Council a permanent political president for up to five years (2½ years renewable once) (Art.9b).
8. It creates a civil rights code for the new Union’s citizens: All states have codes setting out the rights of their citizens. The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights will be that.
9. It makes national parliaments subordinate to the new Union: The treaty underlines the subordinate role of national parliaments in the constitutional structure of the new Union by stating that “National parliaments shall contribute actively to the good functioning of the Union” by various means set out in Article 8c, amended teu.
10. It gives the new Union self-empowerment powers: These are shown by:a) the enlarged scope of the Flexibility Clause (Art.308 tec/tfu), whereby if the treaty does not provide the necessary powers to enable the new Union [to] attain its very wide objectives, the Council may take appropriate measures by unanimity.

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EU INVESTMENT AGREEMENTS IN THE LISBON TREATY ERA

1 hours ago This publication comes at a crucial time. The Lisbon Treaty has given the European Commission added clout; it can now negotiate trade and investment treaties by itself, on behalf of all 27 members States. Thanks to Lisbon, an already undemocratic Europe has become even less so and is using its

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The Lisbon Treaty: Europe’s Changing Security Landscape

3 hours ago A synopsis of the changing nature of Europe’s security needs, and of the evolution of Europe’s multilateral institutions to meet new security challenges. The Treaty of Lisbon, which took effect on the 1 st of December 2009, is the fruit of a long-standing ambition to streamline and make more efficient the institutions of the European Union

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International Relations Final Chapter 10 Flashcards Quizlet

3 hours ago How does the European Court of Justice differ from the World Court? A) The Court of Justice has established its right to overrule national law when it conflicts with EU law. B) Cases before the Court of Justice CANNOT be brought by individuals and businesses. C) …

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Lisbon Treaty European Encyclopedia of Law (BETA)

4 hours ago Lisbon Treaty in Europe Following its ratification by the Czech Republic, the last Member State to do so, the Treaty of Lisbon entered into force on 1 December 2009. European Encyclopedia of Law (BETA) Free and Easy Access to Online Legal Treaty of Utrecht Treaty of Utrecht in Europe Background:War of the Spanish Succession and the

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The Treaty of Lisbon Europa

4 hours ago signed the Treaty of Lisbon. Entering into force on 1 December 2009, the Lisbon Treaty was the catalyst for many changes that brought concrete benefits to the work of the Union and to its citizens. With the Lisbon Treaty the European Council became a fully fledged European Institution.

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Treaty of Lisbon Wikipedia

6 hours ago The Treaty of Lisbon (initially known as the Reform Treaty) is an international agreement that amends the two treaties which form the constitutional basis of the European Union (EU). The Treaty of Lisbon, which was signed by the EU member states on 13 December 2007, entered into force on 1 December 2009. It amends the Maastricht Treaty (1992), known in updated form as the Treaty on European

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What are the legal and constitutional implications of the

5 hours ago LISBON: THE E-MAIL DUELS:In the second of our e-mail duels between protagonists and experts, we asked long-time EU critic ANTHONY COUGHLANto enter the ring with European law lecturer GAVIN BARRETT

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The Treaty of Lisbon – Europe’s Next Step?

7 hours ago Three years later, the European Union signed the Treaty of Lisbon, intending that all member states ratify the new laws by the end of 2008, and it be in force for the 2009 European elections. Yet a June 2008 referendum in Ireland resulted in “no,” putting the treaty’s implementation on hold.

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Lisbon A constitutional revolution by stealth?

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Europe: The Lisbon Treaty Parents Rights Blog

1 hours ago The Lisbon Treaty. The Lisbon Treaty, became law in December 2009. The Lisbon Treaty is designed to make the EU “more democratic, more transparent and more efficient”. The Treaty is an agreement signed by the heads of state and governments of countries that are EU members. EU member countries in brief – European Union – European Commission.

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Lisbon Treaty Law Teacher LawTeacher.net

Just Now Treaty of Lisbon. The Treaty of Lisbon entered into force on 1 December 2009 [1] in accordance with its Article 6 [2] and was ratified by each of the European Union’s (EU) 27 members.. European leaders embarked on a process to make the EU more democratic, more transparent and more efficient [3].The Treaty of Lisbon supports democracy in the EU and its ability to promote the interests of its

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THE LISBON TREATY – A STEP FORWARD TO A MORE …

6 hours ago The Lisbon Treaty promises to improve European Union policy making in three aspects: more democracy, more efficiency and more transparency. I will concentrate on the democratic aspect in my paper. It is a widespread and very popular common saying that the European Union is suffering from a democratic deficit.

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Shaping the EU as we know it

9 hours ago Shaping the EU. as we know it. The first 10 years. of the Lisbon Treaty. 2009-2019. On 1 December 2009, the Treaty of Lisbon entered into force. It was signed two years earlier by the leaders of the 27 member states of the European Union. Many of the changes to the EU over the past decade have their roots in the Lisbon Treaty.

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Lisbon Treaty History, Summary, & Definition of Article

6 hours ago Lisbon Treaty, international agreement that amended the Maastricht Treaty, Treaties of Rome, and other documents to simplify and streamline the institutions that govern the European Union (EU).. Proposed in 2007, the Lisbon Treaty was ratified by most member states in 2008, but a referendum in Ireland—the only country that put the Lisbon agreement to a public vote—rejected it on …

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Extension: The European Union Constitution and the Lisbon

9 hours ago The Lisbon Treaty: What is it? Unlike the constitution, which would have replaced all of the former treaties with a single document, the Lisbon Treaty simply amends the 1992 Maastricht Treaty and the 1957 Treaty of Rome.However, many of the same goals have still been achieved, giving the EU legal status and moving it forward so that it can evolve to accommodate additional new member states

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Treaty of Lisbon Saylor Academy

3 hours ago Treaty of Lisbon at Wikisource The Treaty of Lisbon or Lisbon Treaty (initially known as the Reform Treaty) is an international agreement that amends the two treaties which comprise the constitutional basis of the European Union (EU). The Lisbon Treaty was signed by the EU member states on 13 December 2007, and entered into force on 1 December

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Review: The Lisbon treaty – The left search for the magic

8 hours ago Review: The Lisbon treaty – The left search for the magic bullet John McAnulty. 1 May 2008. Reasons to VOTE NO to the Lisbon treaty. Kieran Allen, Bookmarks, Dublin €5-00 Lisbon treaty - VOTE NO Campaign against the European constitution (CAEUC) Dublin, €2-00

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Dublin sees 'no obvious solution' to EU treaty rejection

2 hours ago Europe will this week try and pick up the political pieces following Ireland's rejection of the Lisbon Treaty, but the relatively high turnout at the ballot box and the jumble of reasons for the No vote mean an exit strategy will be hard to find. Dublin h

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4 hours ago The Lisbon Treaty was signed by the 27 member states of the European Union and officially took effect in December of 2009, two years after it was signed. It amended two existing treaties, the

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How has the Lisbon Treaty changed state sovereignty in the

4 hours ago Sovereignty and the Lisbon Treaty The Lisbon Treaty (2009) also known as the Reform Treaty is the compromised institutional outcome of the ambitious but failed Constitutional Treaty. It is against the background and the objectives invested upon the Constitution for Europe, that the Treaty of Lisbon acquired its final shape and content.

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Ratification of the Treaty of Lisbon Wikipedia

6 hours ago At a glance. The table below shows the ratification progress in European Union member states. Hungary was the first member state where the treaty was approved by a national parliament on 17 December 2007. Note that the assent of the head of state represents the approval of the parliamentary procedure, while the deposition of the instrument of ratification refers to the last step of

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(3) The Lisbon Treaty European Union World

Just Now The Lisbon Treaty The General Framework or Primacy of the Social Dimension (Principles) The Lisbon Treaty, the Viking and Laval Judgments and the Financial Crisis: In Search of New Foundations for Europe’s ‘Social Market Economy’ The aim of these texts is to consider the relationship between the economic and social dimensions of European integration in the light of a number of recent

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First election since the entry into force of the Lisbon

6 hours ago Most of the European political parties represented in the Parliament have nominated frontrunners that are also their nominees for the top job in the Commission. With one of the new powers provided under the Lisbon Treaty. On 27 October 2004 the European Parliament refused to elect the new Commission, the European Union executive.

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The appalling handling of the Lisbon Treaty sowed the

5 hours ago It was against this background that the historic 2016 referendum took place. I recall in the midst of all the arguments over Lisbon having lunch with two senior diplomats from two large European countries – who seemed very satisfied with the Treaty’s progress (and …

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What are Treaty on European Union and Treaty on the

7 hours ago Answer (1 of 2): I am going to take the liberty of pasting parts of two wiki articles, because the answer is really quite good. “The Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) is one of two treaties forming the constitutional basis of the European Union (EU), the other being the Trea

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of the European Union

Just Now 2007/C 306/01 Treaty of Lisbon amending the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Community, signed at Lisbon, equality and the rule of law,’; (b) In the seventh, which shall become the eighth, recital, the words ‘of this Treaty’ shall be in which the free movement of persons is ensured in conjunction with

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Lisbon Treaty Gives Jews Greater Power Real Jew News

4 hours ago The Lisbon Treaty is a snare, a set up as we know it for Zionist Jews to have full control of Europe. M. Plantard, the Prieuré de Sion seeks a United States of Europe. Thomas Plantard de-Saint Claire (a Jew) is a possible candidate, known as the bloodline succession, who is under consideration to be the future Anti-christ.

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The EU Lisbon Treaty: What implications for antiracism?

5 hours ago The long awaited ratification of the Lisbon Treaty, which amends the current Treaty on the Europe-an Union and the Treaty establishing the Euro-pean Community, is much welcome. The Treaty aims to provide the EU with modern institutions and optimise working methods, to make Europe more democratic and transparent and to create a

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The Emergence of the European Union

7 hours ago The European Union is a European political and economic bloc that started its path since 1951 and went through several stages during which it expanded to include 28 European countries – just before Britain’s exit in 2016 – setting its strategic goals in establishing a citizenship that guarantees basic rights, supports economic and social progress, and strengthens Europe’s role in the

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European Unification World Civilizations I (HIS101) – Biel

6 hours ago The European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) was an international organization unifying certain continental European countries after World War II. It was formally established in 1951 by the Treaty of Paris, signed by Belgium, France, West Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg. The ECSC was the first international organization based on

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The treaty of Lisbon: origins and negotiation Books

1 hours ago The treaty of Lisbon: origins and negotiation The Treaty of Lisbon: origins and negotiation. Law of Europe > Europe. Organization and integration law > Regional organization and integration (Europe) > The European Communities. Community law > Organization law. Constitution of the European Communities > Treaties establishing and expanding the communities. . Basic law > Individual treaties

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Fordham International Law Journal

8 hours ago The Lisbon Treaty: A Brief Outline Giorgio Maganza Abstract The story of the Lisbon Treaty cannot be told–nor can a brief outline thereof be sketched– without going back to the Constitutional Treaty, which represents the background to the Lisbon Treaty and against which the Lisbon Treaty ought to be assessed. That is why the present outline

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EUROPEAN U Flashcards Quizlet

3 hours ago A Treaty, proposed in 2004, establishing a Constitution for Europe was an unratified international treaty intended to create a consolidated constitution for the European Union. This is significant because it failed due to the Council being overshadowed by the delegates' failure to agree on the draft establishing a Constitution for Europe.

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What was the treaty before the Lisbon Treaty?

Before the Lisbon Treaty. Also known as the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU). Maastricht Treaty: Signed in 1992, this treaty established the three pillars of the European Union and paved the way for the euro, the common currency. Also known as the Treaty on European Union (TEU).

What was Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty?

Article 50 is the clause of the European Union treaty that outlines how to leave the EU. The European Union (EU) is a group of countries that acts as one economic unit in the world economy. Its official currency is the euro. The European Community was one of the three pillars of the European Union (EU).

Is the Lisbon Treaty a violation of international law?

Breach of international treaties constitute violation of international laws. Therefore Declaration 17 is an admission of the ongoing violation of international laws committed by the EU’s Court and a permission of future violation of international laws by claiming that the “nature of community law” has primacy over the treaties themselves.

Is the Treaty of Lisbon a Manichean War?

However, in order to understand the place of the Treaty of Lisbon, recently ratified on 1 December 2009, in the overall process of European integration, one should recognise that it is not part of “a Manichean war between good and evil, but a normal political conflict over the governance and direction of the Union” (Church and Phinnemore 2010:49).

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