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The Emerging Czech Constitutional Doctrine of European Law

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 December 2007

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Influence of the Czech accession to the European Union on the judicial ideology of Czech courts – Questions regarding the constitutional status of European Union law in the Czech Republic – Czech Constitutional Court: no testing of so-called necessitated implementing provisions, except when core constitutional values and principles are at stake – Extension of this doctrine to non-Community Union law – An act contrary to Union law is not as such also contrary to the Czech Constitution

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Copyright © Asser Press 2007

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