THE PRINCIPLE OF PRIMACY OF EUROPEAN UNION LAW: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH IN RELATION TO THE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW OF THE MEMBER STATES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
Keywords:European Union Public Law, Cοmparative Law, Jurisdiction of the European Commission, Court of Justice of the European Union, Public Management Science & Legal Science ― Public Law.
At the supranational level of the European Union legal order, the Principle of Primacy of European Union Law holds a prominent position, as one of the general principles of European Union Law, in relation to the Constitutional Law of the Member States of the European Union. The objective of this scientific research is to scientifically highlight the reasons for the primacy of European Union Law in relation to the national Constitutional Law. The purpose of this scientific research is to cure the non-uniform implementation of Primary and Secondary European Union Law that arises in various affairs of citizens of the European Union by national Authorities in the interpretation of European Union Law. The methodology of writing the scientific research is based on the use of the current Primary European Union Law and the current jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Justice of the European Union in conjunction with the recent scientific theory in the cognitive object of European Union Public Law. Emerges the nature of its Principle of Primacy of European Union Law emerges. For scientific analysis in the research field of Comparative Law, the scientific, modern and external comparative method of the macro-comparison is used. After reading of this scientific research, the readership will own the appropriate scientific tools which scientifically substantiate the primacy of European Union Law in relation to the Constitutional Law of the Member States of the European Union.
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