Europos Sąjungos konstitucinė sutartis ir Lisabonos sutartis : skirtumų beieškant

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Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Europos Sąjungos konstitucinė sutartis ir Lisabonos sutartis : skirtumų beieškant
Alternative Title:
EU constitutional treaty and the lisbon treaty : in search of differences
In the Journal:
Teisė . 2009, t. 73, p. 55-74
Notes:
LDB Open.
Keywords:
LT
Lisabonos sutartis; Europos Sąjungos Konstitucinė sutartis; Europos Sąjungos teisminė sistema
EN
Lisbon treaty; European Union Constitutional treaty; European Union Constitutional system
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje Europos Sąjungos (ES) konstitucinės sutarties ir Lisabonos sutarties požiūriu analizuojami ES prigimties klausimai. 2007 m. birželio 21-22 d. Europos Vadovų Taryba (EVT) priėmė išvadas, kuriose, be kita ko, nurodoma, jog Lisabonos sutartis nebus konstitucinio pobūdžio. Būtent šis teiginys yra pagrindinis straipsnio tyrimo pradžios taškas ir objektas. Atitinkamai straipsnyje analizuojama ES dabartis, t. y. siekiama atsakyti į klausimą, kiek egzistuojanti ES ir jos teisės sistema gali būti suvokiama kaip konstitucinė sistema, kiek ES kontekste pateisinamas konstitucinės kalbos vartojimas, ir ateitis, t. y. konstitucionalizmo požiūriu analizuojama ES konstitucinė sutartis ir Lisabonos sutartis. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe article deals with issues of the nature of the EU from the point of view of the EU Constitutional Treaty and the Lisbon Treaty. The European Council has adopted conclusions in June 21-22, 2007 which state among the other things that the Lisbon Treaty will not have a constitutional character. Namely this statement is the main point of departure of the article and its main object of research. First of all, the article analyses the present of the EU aiming at providing the answer to the question, to what extent the currently existing EU may be treated as constitutional system, to what extent the use of constitutional language in the context of the EU is justified. Various attitudes of academic community and court practice are examined from that point of view. Analysis is also provided how the above mentioned conclusions of the European Council may be interpreted. The conclusion is drawn that the EU may be treated as specific constitutional community already under the existing legal framework. The article singles out three dimensions of constitutionalism. On the basis of above performed research the analysis is provided to what extent the EU Constitutional Treaty and the Lisbon Treaty differ from the point of view of various dimensions of constitutionalism, to what extent the statement of the European Council about the "de-constitutionalised" nature of the Lisbon Treaty is optimal.The conclusion is drawn that the EU Constitutional Treaty and the Lisbon Treaty have no essential differences from the point of view of various dimensions of constitutionalism, whereas the Lisbon Treaty in some respects may be even treated as a reflection of more intensive constitutional ambitions. It is argued that the conclusions of the European Council may be perceived at least in two ways - as a mere renouncement of certain "technical" elements of the EU Constitutional Treaty or as a renouncement of claims to a status of a deeper constitutional community on the part of the EU. However, only the practice of EU and national institutions is able to reveal a practical importance of such statement if the Lisbon Treaty conies into force. [From the publication]

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1392-1274, 2424-6050
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