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The Full Effect of EU Law and of Constitutional Review in Belgium and France after the Melki Judgment

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 December 2011

Abstract

Coincidence of human rights review by national and European courts – Courts questioning and delimiting each other's jurisdiction – Evolution of judicial review of legislation in Belgium and France – Rules giving priority to national human rights review over European human rights review – Melki judgment Court of Justice – Conformity with Union law – Balance between effectiveness of EU review and effectiveness of constitutional review – Effectiveness of human rights – Obligatory a priori human rights review of secondary Union law

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Articles
Copyright
Copyright © T.M.C. Asser Press and the Authors 2011

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