The European Union was created in 1992 by the Maastricht treaty. It is a structure which includes the European Community and its law which is by far the most important of EU laws and deals with economic and social rights. In addition to it, other sources of law complete the EU law such as the CFSP which concerns foreign and security policies and police and juridical co-operation. We will look in detail into these aspects in this document.
[...] It includes judgments of the European Court of Justice and the European Court of First Instance. They can be referred by individuals, national courts or the Commission and they are jurisprudential which mean they are one of the sources of EU law The legislative process includes three different actors: The council, the European commission and the European Parliament. Council‘s prerogatives are to coordinate members of economic policies, to sign international agreement, to authorize the budget and to define a common foreign and security policy. [...]
[...] The first one was introduced in 1992 by Maastricht treaty and consists on finding a compromise between the Council and the Parliament about a proposal from the Commission. The Assent procedure gives the right to the Parliament to accept or refuse major laws without having the possibility of amending it. The Consultation procedure requires the parliament to give its opinion which consists on amending the legislative proposal. However, the Council can adopt the Commission's proposal without the amendments. Thus, each of these three institutions takes part in the legislative process and has their own role. [...]
[...] How European Law Is Made? The European Union was created in 1992 by the Maastricht treaty. It is a structure which includes European Community and its law which is far the most important of UE law and deals with economic and social rights. In addition to it, other sources of law complete EU law as the CFSP which concerns foreign and security policies and police and juridical co- operation. Firstly, we will consider the different levels of EU law. EU law has three different kinds of sources. [...]
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