The protection of the financial interests of the European Union in relation to the protection of the fundamental individual rights and freedoms – short synthesis of jurisprudence orientations Cover Image
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Protejarea intereselor financiare ale Uniunii Europene în relaţie cu protejarea drepturilor şi libertăţilor fundamentale individuale – scurtă sinteză de orientări jurisprudenţiale
The protection of the financial interests of the European Union in relation to the protection of the fundamental individual rights and freedoms – short synthesis of jurisprudence orientations

Author(s): Adrian Băncilă
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, EU-Legislation
Published by: Editura Sitech
Keywords: E.U. Law; human rights; freedom; fraud; european financial interests; grants; E.U.;

Summary/Abstract: The European Union is at present the most complex international organisation in the world and it is not planning to stop evolving any time soon. The law of the E.U. is also in a league of its own having succesfully evolved from pure international public law. It should come as no surprise that the E.U. poses the most challenging questions in all fields, the fundamental rights and freedoms making no exception. As such the question that is still posed by national courts to European Union Court of Justice is the relation between the legal order of the E.U. and the internal regulation with specific regard to the fundamental rights and freedoms. Most specifically, the national courts ask whether protecting the legal order of the E.U. (an obligation which every member state must undertake according to the Treaty of the European Union) trumps all national legal order including the provisions referring to the fundamental rights and freedoms. By studying the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice in the matter of protecting the financial interests of the E.U. with regard to the collecting of funds for the E.U. a lot of sensible issues were discovered leading however to the author’s opinion that the fundamental rights and freedoms are to be protected by the member states of the E.U. even if by doing so it would harm in the short term the legal order of the E.U

  • Issue Year: VII/2018
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 29-36
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: Romanian