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...European Union Croatia is the 28th member of the EU. Once it joined the EU, it declared its maximum support for the EU goals. In all the new post-socialist EU states, Croatia is the first member country that is post-conflict. Croatia’s neighboring states strive to become EU members even when the union is in crisis (Vukadinovic, 2013). In the EU, the Treaty Functioning of the European Union (TEFU) is like the jewel in EU law’s crown. This is because it gives the national court power to follow up with Court of Justice and request it to make rulings regarding EU legal act. Considerable variations exist in the...
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...EUROPEAN UNION The negative outcomes of its various policies and the series of failed attempts of its ambitious economic reform policies, requires the Union to promptly overhaul its infrastructure and revamp its management policies. Some of the reforms undertaken by the European Union such as the Common Agricultural Policy, Competition Policy, Science and Technology Policy, Regional Policy and Social Policy and their resultant outcomes are described briefly in the following sections. The CAP of the European Union has undergone several significant reforms since the...
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...European Union Introduction The European Union (EU) is an international organization consisting of twenty-five European states. The Maastricht Treaty established this union. The Treaty of Accession 2003, which got into force on May 1, 2004, is the union’s current legal base. It has its headquarters in Brussels. The European Union has various activities including the most important of all – a common single market. This market consists of a common agricultural policy, common fisheries policy, customs union and single currency adopted by twelve of the twenty-five member states. The union also has a range of initiatives to manage the member states’ activities (Ocana, 2003). The member... Running head:...
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...European Union should stay intact and even expand? Introduction The question if the European Union shouldexpand is very relevant and worth-discussing. For a long time the process of expansion has been considered as positive for European prosperity. Thus, during the last eight years, the European Union has expanded from 15 to 27 states. Given that the process of expansion is properly implemented, it promotes the transformation of many European countries into democratic and prosperous states. However, many people still consider the process of EU further enlargement to be harmful for European welfare. The given paper will prove that European Union still should expand, but it is be necessary... Why the...
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...European Union With globalization process and the economic liberalization, it has become paramount for countries to engage each other in trade partnership and international exchanges programs. The formation of trade unions and other trading blocs has been fueled by the increase in the need for economic integration and economic unions. Globally, countries and continents are engaging in bilateral or multi-lateral trade partnerships for the benefit of its trading partners. The need for the formation of economic and trade unions is prompted by the fact that these countries have different forms of economic and resource endowments thereby creating relative and comparative trade advantages... . In...
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...European Union has fundamental significance:2 i. Most of the laws governing ECJ commercial circles whether directly or indirectly, are grounded on the European Union Laws ii. The framework which governs private businesses is widely derived from the rules that were established in 1957: that is, The Rome Treaty iii. Most of the sections of the regimes ruling and providing guidance and direction are either prescribed to European Union Regulations or largely affected by the “sectoral” agreements reached upon by the states in agreement. The reference of the aforementioned views are made to the...
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EUROPEAN UNION
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...European Union? First and foremost, this Paper seeks to define governance in the European Union and expand on the different modes of governance within the EU to include all pertinent concerns such as the involvement of sectors particularly other governments and ordinary citizens. Likewise, it will review the theory of democratic deficit and determine whether the organization is indeed plagued by a Democratic Deficit or purported lack of democracy and appears inaccessible to the ordinary citizen because of its complex structure. We will also attempt to present the academic debate regarding these two... Are Current Modes of Governance and the Presence of a Democratic Deficit Adversely Affecting the...
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European Union
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...European Union in the 1970s to its revival in the 1980s The European Union (EU) is essentially a political unit wrapping a bulky fraction of the continent of Europe. It was set up upon several treaties and has duly grown to the height that has carried it from an initial six member states to current twenty seven; a greater part of nations in Europe. There is quite an elongated roll of high historical characters, which, in pretty diverse ways, trailed an idea of integrated Europe. These personalities are Charlemagne, Napolen, Charles V, and Metternich. Incidentally, even the infamous and notorious personages as Adolf Hitler, did... College: What explains the shift from the stagnation of integration of...
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European Union
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...European Union (EU) entails far more than the elimination of 25 national currencies and the distribution of colourful new banknotes and coins across Europe. Chabot stated that this revolution involves the solidification of a European market of goods and services, major structural changes in countries plagued by fiscal negligence, and the reorganization of monetary policy in some of the world's most advanced industrialized economies (3). Chabot continues that though at a first glance it may seem that a new trans-European currency [and economic policies] would hold little significance outside of banking and tourist circles, the European... Introduction The monetary and economic revolution embodied in the...
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...Union (Consolidation Edition) 2012, confers upon the EU the authority to enact Directives.28Thus, in stating that the Treaties of the EU will have direct effect in the UK without further enactment, the UK also recognizes that the EU can enact Directives and that in doing so, the UK is bound by the treaties itself and this includes the Directive enabling article. Section 2 of the European Communities Act 1972 also indorses all rights arising under the Treaty and this would necessarily include Directives. Thus even through the doctrine of indirect effect, Ricky and Malcom can invoke their rights under the unimplemented Directive. State Liability In...
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European Union
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...European Union (EU) falls under public international law since it involves different states. This is clearly outlined by the European Union (2013) when it states that “the European Union is based on the rule of law. This means that every action taken by the EU is founded on treaties that have been approved voluntarily and democratically by all EU member countries.” As such, this part of the paper seeks to outline... the development of the EU and how its operations have contributed to development of international among the member states. This paper will also outline various aspects that shape business among EU member states such as the law as well as other constraints that may exist. Having...
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European Union Law structure
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...EUROPEAN UNION LAW Introduction Since the failure of the Constitution of the European Union in May 2005 which came from the refusal by several countries led by the example of France, the debate over the status of the "European group of countries" has never been so fierce. Josephine Steiner states that "an express "federal" goal was dropped from the final draft of The Treaty of European Union; nevertheless, there can be no doubt that The Union constitutes, at the very least, an embryonic federation". Sionaidh Douglas-Scott also said that "the ... concept of...
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Treaty on European Union
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...European Union Introduction The European Union is an economic, civil and political union, which consists of twenty-seven member s, which are mostly located in Europe. The origin of the EU can be traced back to the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) and the European Economic Community (EEC), which had been primarily established by six states in the late 1950s at the end of world war two (Baun 78). The founding states of the European Union were Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands and Luxembourg. Over the years, the EU has grown, in size and also in terms of the acquisition of new member states and has also improved in its power by increasing the area over which its policies reign... Treaty on...
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The European Union
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...European Union was constituted on the 1st of November 1993, as due to the common agreement as a part of the Treaty of Maastricht. It was constituted by 27 member states located within Europe, with an intention to have a common economic and trade scenario while using the foundations of the European Economic Community which already existed. In simpler language, the Union turned to be an integration of different constituent economic setups resultantly turning out to be a great economic power. The economic strength of the whole setup grew in multitudes making it a big competitor in the global market. As relevant in any social...
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European Union and Turkey
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...EUROPEAN UNION AND TURKEY HAVE CHANGED TO SUIT EACH OTHER The admission of the Turkish republic into the European union has undergone some serious debate over the past few years and many events have taken place since 1987, when Turkey made its first ever attempts at gaining membership of the union. However, in order to facilitate the entry of Turkey into the group, both sides have had to undertake a number of steps. In the case of Turkey, the prime focus has been to initiate reform efforts in a number of areas so as to achieve the required eligibility status for the membership. On the other hand, the European Union has been constantly monitoring the progress made by Turkey and has been... HOW THE...
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European Union Law discussion
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...European Union Law is limited to merely combating discrimination" Critically Discuss Introduction In 2005, France and Holland rejected the project of a common Constitution for all the member states of the European Union. The reasons and consequences of this refusal are various: contesting vote against European leaders, fear of a globalized world, disproval of the enlargement of the Union.1 However, this discontentment of the voters towards a Constitution shall not wipe out the progressive efforts that the European Union made to promote equality between human beings throughout the years. In 1993, the twelve members agreed... in Copenhagen2 on values that each state should respect:...
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The European Union Mechanism
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...European Union Mechanism Introduction European Union is regarded a collection of European countries that have come together in a formal association for the sole purpose of co-operating and working hand in hand to achieve a common goal of political, social and above all economic sustenance and growth. By 2003, there were 15 member states at the European Union although an additional 12 countries had applied for their incorporation into the Union by the year 2005. As formal association, the European Union is mandated by its...
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European Union Law
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...European Union: s under a Judicial System Introduction The European Union is an organization made to settle disputes between and among countries of Europe and is known to be a binding organization making a unified European nation through agreements, treaties, policies and laws drafted and agreed among member states. Moreover, it is an economic and political union of 27 European countries (Oxford Dictionary of English, 2008) and it operates though a fusion of “supranational” independent institutions and intergovernmental decisions negotiated among its members (Anneli, 2005,...
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European Union Law
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...European Union Laws, in helping the EU community to achieve its objectives. The European Union is a political institution, with its own legislative and administrative body. The intention of this Union is to promote the economic development of its member states, and create a single constitution that will guide the affairs of the Union. Despite the existence of the constitution, it has not been ratified by member states; hence it is the EU treaty, and directives established by it, that govern the relationships amongst member states1. This paper takes a stand that for the EU to achieve success in meeting its objectives, its laws... This paper provides an analysis on the importance of the Supremacy of the...
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The European Union
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...European Union What does it mean to say that the European Community has (i) a 'significance presence' in the world (ii) a structural impact (iii) stronger -or weaker- policies' Introduction The European Community has become one of the more important blocs of states which are shaping the globe today. Instead of focusing on the American bloc and the Asia Pacific region, analysts and thinkers have another point of reference which is the European point of view. In these terms, Europe has a significant presence and the regional bodies of Europe have a structural impact on Europe as well as those who wish to trade with Europe. Finally, there are a few policies of the EU which can be considered... The...
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The European Union
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...European Union The idea behind the formation of the European Union was simply to create a unified Europe. After the termination of the Second World War, it was ostensible that violence was not the key to unifying Europe and hence inspired the inception of the formation of the European Union. Evolution The first occurrence that happened was the signing of the Treaty of Paris in the year 1951. The signing of this treaty led to the creation of the European steel and coal community. This treaty took effect a year later whereby it promoted the trade in minerals such as coal, iron ore, steel and coke. In these trade affairs, the six nations involved were... not exposed to tariffs and quotas and...
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European Union Law
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...European identity.1 Depending on the source, there are about 12-15 million Muslims living within the member states of the European Union and this number is anticipated to rise to 23 million by the year 2015. Muslims of Europe have... ? Introduction The connection between Western Europe and Islam has for extended periods been connected to political and religious antagonism. In times of war or peace, the connection between Western Europe and Islam was evidently given that, till the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, Islam held an un-parallel challenge to Western Europe, which had some noticeable impact on some areas of law in Europe. The EU constantly underscores commitment to establishing a cosmopolitan...
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Law of european union
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...European Union Part A The common market was founded in the year 1957. Since then, only a few al reforms had occurred. Most of these reforms were aimed at the function and role of the European Parliament. In 1979, direct elections to the European Parliament were introduced. In 1987, the power of the European Parliament and its legislative decision – making processes were enhanced1. The powers of the European Parliament have increased, on account of successive European treaties, since 1979. These instruments have increased the power of the European Parliament in its decision – making procedures. Consequently, the European Parliament has gained sufficient power to be equal in power... , with the...
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European Union Law
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...European Union Law Introduction Supremacy of the European Union law is a legal concept unanimously adopted by all member s of the economic and political body. The concept provides that European union laws must be superior to any local law in the respective member states thus in case the laws of the respective member states conflict with those of the European union, the laws of the countries are ignored. The European Union brings together several countries within Europe thus developing a common market necessitated by the...
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European Union (different policies)
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...European Union Regional Policy "The European Union (EU) is an economic and political union of 27 member s which was developed a single market through a standardized system of laws which apply in all member states, guaranteeing the freedom of movement of people, goods, services and capital" (Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.). "It maintains common policies on trade, agriculture, fisheries, and regional development" (Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.). The regional policy of the European Union aims to reduce the disparities between EU regions, to foster balanced development throughout the EU and promote real equal opportunities for all (SCADPlus). EU has pursued the enlargement policy with an ever-deeper... ...
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The European Union
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...European Union, Origins and Functions Introduction The international s are formed and operated in order to safeguard economic activities of a certain geographical location and region from undue effects of globalization. The international institutions are fundamentally formulated so that they can facilitate cross border trade and commerce in a specific set of nations. The growing and powering trend of Americanization is profoundly engulfing national and economic sovereignty of other nations. In the modern era of the 21st century, the country cannot stand against the overpowering phenomenon of globalization. The European countries have a historic distaste for Americans and therefore... Paper Defining...
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European Union Creation
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...EUROPEAN UNION CREATION European Union Creation The of Your 11th August 2007 European Union Creation The European Union comprises of a majority of states in Europe. Starting from a membership of 6 nations it has grown to 27. The 1957 Treaty of Rome was the foundation for the European Union. Since then it has experienced many changes. The EU consists of common project and policies controlled by member nations. World War 2 was a watershed in the history of Europe. There had never been such a tremendous cost in human and economic which hit Europe so hard. There was a desire to avoid the horrors of war like the Holocaust, concentration camps, slave labour and the numerous other... Running Head:...
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European Union Establishment
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...European Union Establishment In MLA Format 2007 Outline I. Introduction II. Reasons/motives for establishment of the European Union (EU) III. Process of the establishment IV. Structure of the European Union V. Conclusion VI. Work Cited VII. Today it is hard to imagine that sometime in the past the earth was not divided into continents and countries. It is even harder to believe that once the world countries were not involved in various treaties and alliances. However, no matter how obvious and ever lasting some concept is there is always something that operated before it came to existence. Today we all are used to the fact that most European countries are united in the alliance called... ...
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The European Union
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...European Union is a Product of War Medieval Europe was characterized by a lot of conflicts. After the downfall of the Roman Empire, there were outbursts of violence. These were followed by the first and second world wars, after 1914, which caused a lot of destruction. As a result of the terrible events and crisis in Europe, debates about peace, war and the condition of Europe would follow. Many attempts to create an international system where wars and conflicts could be controlled or completely eliminated were made. It was at this time that the first successful inter war organization was established. This was in the 1920s and the name of the organization was Patt-European... Essay 18 February The...
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European Union Debt
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...European Union Debt The European Union debt refers to the financial crisis within the European block that has made it impractical for the membership countries to repay their debts without the intervention of third parties (Sanghera 12). Since 2009, fears of an economic crisis emerged among investors after realizing the indebtedness of the governments in some European nations. The cause of these debts varied between countries. Notably, the composition of the European zone as a monetary block governed by one currency that lacks a fiscal arrangement to harmonize the taxes and public pension requirements accelerated the debt crisis (Eusepi and Friedrich 34) The European Union debt crisis... was...
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European Union Law
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...European Union Law The case is that the Member U.K. has not transposed the EU Directive No 65/EU for the reason that according to the UK Department of Transport, existing law would suffice to meet the directive’s requirements. Guidelines state that there is no exemption from implementing a EU Directive and that it should not be treated as an add-on to the existing legislation. Besides, the existing internal legislation should be amended, repealed or revoked and a new legislation brought in its place to fully the reflect the new directive. 1 For example, in connection with transposition of Pharmacovigilance Directive 2010/84/EU, consultation document states...
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European Union business law
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...European Union Business Law Assignment Question The case examines the issue of Stewie, a UK national who has been offered a job in France and hence, will want to move there with his same-sex civil partner, Rupert and Lois his mother. The issues relating to the case include the rights to move into France. Rules The central European Union law that governs this case is Article 45 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European (TFEU). The Article grants freedom of movement to all workers of the European Union1. There is also the abolishing of any discrimination against workers from Member...
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European Union (EU) Law
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...European Community Coen, David (1997). "The Evolution of the Large Firm as a Political Actor in the European Union" In: Journal of European Public Policy, 4: 91-108 ECJ (1976). Defrenne v. Sabena (II), Case 43/75, ECR 1976: 455 Egan, Michelle (2001). Constructing a European Market: Trade Barriers, Regulatory Strategies and Corporate Responses. Oxford: Oxford University Press Fligstein Neil, Wayne Sandholtz & Stone Sweet Alec, (2001) The Institutionalization of Europe: Oxford University Press: Oxford. Gerven Van Walter, (2005) The European Union : a Polity of States and Peoples: Stanford University Press: Stanford, CA. Knight, Jack (1992... Critical Analysis: European Law Critically...
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European union law
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...European Union law Table of Contents Question 3 Question 2 7 References 14 Question In accordance with the European Union (EU) Commission legislatives, discrimination in terms of employee remuneration or pay on the basis of gender, nationality, religion, disability, age, culture and origins is termed as unethical business practices and therefore is considered to be illegal. Discrimination as well as equality is directed by the major guidelines of the EU law where the employees should receive ‘no less favourable treatment’. The EU has been developed with the sole intention to minimize the conflicts regarding discrimination...
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European Union legislative process
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...European Union legislative process Introduction The European Union is a treaty that was created by the Maastricht Treaty, and it was founded to enhance political, social and economic cooperation. The EU legislative powers are specified in the treaty provisions, which command the union to adopt legislation and other legal acts in pursuit of the set objectives in the treaty. The degree to which a certain association involves in the lawmaking procedure depends on the system employed in the legal process. This also depends on the legal base for the lawmaking proposal. The EU legislative procedure is an issue...
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...European Union (Ministers) and across the EU institutions as a whole. Crucially European citizens have little say in what is done in their name once they vote for their MEPs. Mitchell (2005) clarifies this: Europe’s... The EU is responsible for in excess of 20% of world trade and 31% of global output with significant impact on world affairs. Members not only derivefinancial advantages but also the respectability of being associated with others who believe in democracy and the rule of law (Steiner and Woods, p17). The original economic aims of the Treaty of Rome (1957) can be found in the preamble: …the removal of existing obstacles calls for concerted action in order to guarantee steady expansion, bala...
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European Union Master Essay
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...European Union as a region that needs to govern its own domain, which includes expansion and legislation, requirements for membership, economic benefits that a member-state can gain, and how law changed the labor market in relation to major impacts in a rapid transition-recognized process. The knock-on-effect-changing model will likewise be utilized in this realm. Likewise... Literature Review Introduction This aspect of the research aims to present various literatures relating to the under study. It provides the context by looking at the relevant previous works already undertaken on similar subject. This literature review covers discussions pertaining to the policies and legislation undertaken by the E...
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Enlargement of European Union
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...European Union. It recommends the European commission to support the enlargement of the EU in favour of better health of the economy of each member state and the EU as a whole. The background to enlargement is explained in the first section. The reasons for supporting this policy position are explained in the next section. The recommendations for the future course of action for the EC are given in the last section. 2. Background to European Union Enlargement 2.1 The European... Policy Paper: Why the Enlargement of EU is Beneficial for the Economy of the Member s and EU as a whole This policy paper is addressed to theEuropean Commissioner. It sets out the economic arguments for the enlargement of the...
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European Union Law
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...European Union (TFEU) and specifically Articles 34, 35 and 36 applies extensively to legal issues that borders on internal markets with emphasis on free movement of goods. In this context, internal market is used to depict companies within the European Union who carry their activities within the region. In this means that companies within the European Union region who would want to do business within a defined country and to and from another... ?Analysis of a legal problem [CASE 2] Relevant treaty provision The free movement of goods has been a key element in creating and developing the internal market. This principle is laid down by Articles 34, 35 and 36 of The Treaty on the functioning of the European ...
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Poverty in European Union
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...European Union This is a study based on the EU’s poverty levels. It is going to have a look atseveral works of authors. It is further going to make a comparison on the approaches of these authors on the issue and the differences. The study is going to be restricted up to 2005 for the purpose of uniformity with the first thesis which forms the basis of the study. The first thesis is written by Draxler. The other works are going to be a comparison of this thesis and more particularly it is going to be an argument with the author about the views he has on the topic, his descriptions and conclusions reached. According to Draxler, absolute poverty levels have continuously fallen... in a uniform...
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European Union law
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...European law Introduction One of the five important principles of administration of justice of the European Union is “equality and non-discrimination”. The principle of equality is about the treatment of similarly placed individuals equally unless it is objectively justified otherwise. As such, discrimination can be allowed within a framework allowing for comparisons in respect of race, sex, nationality, colour and religion. Where the situations are objectively different, equality principles cannot be applied. Equality is therefore found in various treaty provisions and Art 157 TFEU (ex Art 141EC) in particular mandates that ‘men and women...
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...European Union Law [The of the will appear here] [The of the will appear here] [The of the [Date] Introduction The European Union Law has introduced certain laws as the Directive in order to protect the rights of employees working within the country. UK has implemented the Directive as the Employment Rights Act 2011. According to the Directive, employees have a right to minimum wage of 10 Euros or 8 pounds. It binds the working time to a maximum of 48 hours per week with all workers being allowed an annual leave of at least 6 weeks. The UK, having adopted the Directive, has remained silent on the issue of minimum wage while all other stipulations remain the same. Tom is an employee working... ...
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European Union Law
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...EUROPEAN UNION LAW Institute The issue in this question requires an analysis of the direct effect of directives and whether there can be horizontal direct effect of such directives. The doctrine of direct effect means that, subject to approval of certain conditions, rights and obligations which are created by EC law, may be relied upon by individuals and can be enforced in their national courts. The doctrine was dealt with in Case 26/62 Van Gend en Loos v. Nederlandse Administratie der Belastingen where it was stipulated that a Treaty is more than an international agreement, and the concept of the Union was that of introduction of a ‘new legal order’, with its separate institutions as well... ...
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...European Union Law Question b. Direct effect is a principle of the European Union law that confers individual rights thereby binding the courts to recognize such rights and to enforce them. Direct effects deals with loses suffered directly by either party in a legal tussle, the courts recognize the breeches on such rights and advises effective legal compensation in cases either party sustains and proves legitimate losses that they suffer directly1. For effective determination of direct effect, the EU article meets the following criteria key among which are clarity and unconditional. Additionally, the article must have a...
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European Union Law
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...European Union Law Table of Contents Question 3 Question 3 8 Reference List 13 Question European Union (EU) has created several pieces of legislation in order to combat discrimination practices on the basis of cultural and national origin, religion, gender, disability and age. As determined by the authoritative bodies of EU, a significant approach to enable effective application of legislation can be illustrated in the adoption of directives. With concern to anti-discriminative policies, in Europe, the directive for equivalent pay for male and female employees was first implemented in the year 1975. Based on similar...
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EUROPEAN UNION LAW
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...European Union Law Q1 Costa v ENEL, Case 6/44 Facts of the Case: Flaminio Costa is a shareholder of Edison Volta, a power supply company in Italy. The Italian government however, enacted and passed a law, i.e. Law No. 1643, on December 6, 1962 creating the Ente Nazionale Energia Electrica (ENEL) which in effect nationalises the production and distribution of electric energy. Edison Volta was naturally affected by the new law and Costa protested by not paying his electricity bill. In a court action relative to such non-payment, Costa asked the Guidice Conciliatore in Milan to apply Article 177 of the Treaty of Paris 1 which states that: The Court of...
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European Union Law
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...European Union Law PART A The deployment of private military and security firms in the quest towards offering security to the various necessities in the national pictorial implicates a series of concerns. These concerns are calculated from the public level, which includes the private sector and the citizen at large. On reference is a series of issues that emerges from this model of security structure. Key amongst this is the issue of accountability and effectiveness of such firms. Over the years, the topic of accountability has reigned over the topics involving the deployment of these individuals at both the international and national mission levels. On...
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European Union Trade
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...European Union Trade EU's Trade Policy It was in 1957 that a formal vision of Common European Market was set in motion by the Treaty of Rome, with the aim of increasing economic prosperity and contributing to "an ever closer union among the peoples of Europe" (Wallace & Wallace, 2000). Thereafter the European Economic Community (EEC), started working towards the common interest of the European region. The common commercial policies are an important step towards safeguarding the interests of the region particularly while dealing with the outside world. After the treaty of Rome, a need was...
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EUROPEAN UNION LAW
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...European Union Law European Union law is one of the powerful ities of European Union which deals with internal movement of persons in the European territory. This body of treaty has a complex and well developed system of legal working procedure and its give benefits to individuals and families who freely move among the European member states. Unfortunately, it is a widely seen that people from less developed European countries move to other wealthy nations in lookout for better prospects and end up being in distress and at loss. However, the nationals of developed nations enjoy full freedom and privileges and the people who have moved from other countries take themselves to be exploited... ?Topic -...
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European Union Enlargement
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...European Union was formed immediately after the Maastricht treaty signed in 1992. Initially, the union had twelve members, which included, Greece, France, Denmark, Italy, Belgium, Germany, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Portugal, Luxembourg, Ireland, and Spain. These were the first members of the European Union until 1995 before Austria, Sweden and Finland later joined (Manu, 2003). Currently the union has twenty five members after an additional ten were added in 2004. Bulgaria and Romania later joined in 2007. Approximately five hundred million people are under the prominent union membership in Europe. The Union decided to go for a monetary and economic union in 1992 that included... Introduction The Eu...
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