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By Robert Schütze

ISBN-10: 1107654440

ISBN-13: 9781107654440

Thought-provoking and available in procedure, this publication deals a vintage creation to ecu legislation. Taking a transparent structural framework, it publications the scholar in the course of the subject's middle parts from its construction and enforcement to the workings of the inner market.

A flowing writing type combines with using illustrations and diagrams through the textual content to make sure the coed is aware even the main complicated of suggestions. This succinct and enlightening evaluate is needed studying for all scholars of eu legislation.

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47 (iv) Elective powers Modern constitutionalism distinguishes between “presidential” and “parliamentary” systems. Within the former, the executive officers are independent from Parliament, whereas in the latter the executive is elected by Parliament. The European constitutional order sits somewhere “in between”. Its executive was for a long time selected without any parliamentary involvement. However, as regards the Commission, the European Parliament has increasingly come to be involved in the appointment process.

Council, [2006] ECR I-5769 96 Case C-95/04P, British Airways v. Commission, [2007] ECR I-2331 297, 300–1 Case C-144/04, Mangold v. Helm, [2005] ECR I-9981 117, 128–9, 148 Case C-145/04, Spain v. United Kingdom, [2006] ECR I-7917 96, 180 Joined Cases C-154 and 155/04, The Queen, ex parte National Association of Health Stores and others et al. v. Secretary of State for Health, [2005] ECR I-6451 50 Case C-180/04, Vassallo v. , [2006] ECR I-7251 126 Case C-212/04, Adeneler and others v. Ellinikos Organismos Galaktos (ELOG), [2006] ECR I6057 129, 132 Case C-344/04, The Queen on the application of International Air Transport Association et al.

47 (iv) Elective powers Modern constitutionalism distinguishes between “presidential” and “parliamentary” systems. Within the former, the executive officers are independent from Parliament, whereas in the latter the executive is elected by Parliament. The European constitutional order sits somewhere “in between”. Its executive was for a long time selected without any parliamentary involvement. However, as regards the Commission, the European Parliament has increasingly come to be involved in the appointment process.

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