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L’application provisoire des accords de l’Union européenne

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Chapter Summary

The provisional application of the external agreements of the European Union and its implementation are faced with several key principles for the functioning of a Union of law, such as respect for democratic requirements or legal certainty. Ignored the founding treaties, the provisional application of the agreements of the Community or the Union was the subject of a late and dual enrollment in primary law. Since the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty, its legal system is now unified. The Lisbon Treaty has hardly valued the role of the European Parliament in relation to the provisional application of the agreements. The simple right to information before it is obviously unsatisfactory given the increase in its powers. For this reason, and in anticipation of a hypothetical revision of the treaties on this point, solutions are essentially pragmatic. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: European Union; external agreements; Lisbon Treaty; legal system; provisional application



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