European Union Constitutional Law: Revealing the Complex Constitutional System of the European Union
Hamulak, O.; Stehlik, V. (2013). European Union Constitutional Law: Revealing the Complex Constitutional System of the European Union. Olomouc: Palacky University.
Hamulak, O.; Stehlik, V.
This book follows three main hypothesises – claims for the existence of the Constitutional system of the European Union and according to them it is divided into the three structural parts. All of the following hypothesis shall argue for the existence of the complex constitutional system of the supranational entity, the European Union. 1. Our fi rst argument is based on the assertion according to which where society exists (i.e. political and societal structure) there is a Constitution. 2. The second argument is based on the claim that where a law is present (i.e. autonomous legal system) there is a Constitution. 3. The last argument is connected with allegation according to which where a rule of law is respected (i.e. democratic system based on the rule of law and protection of the fundamental rights) there is a Constitution.
EU; EU Law; Constitutional System of EU; Complexity