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By John Bell, Alan Dashwood, Angela Ward, John Spencer

The Cambridge Yearbook of eu felony experiences offers a discussion board for the scrutiny of important concerns in eu Union legislations, the legislations of the Council of Europe, and Comparative legislation with a “European” size, and especially these that have come to the fore through the yr previous ebook. The contributions showing within the assortment are commissioned via the Centre for eu felony reviews (CELS) Cambridge, that's the learn heart of Cambridge college legislation college focusing on eu criminal concerns. The papers awarded are all on the innovative of the fields which they tackle and mirror the perspectives of famous specialists drawn from the collage international, criminal perform, and the civil companies of either the european and its Member States. Inclusion of the comparative measurement brings a clean viewpoint to the research of eu legislation and highlights the consequences of globalization of the legislation extra usually, and the ensuing pass fertilization of norms and concepts that has happened between formerly sovereign and separate felony orders. The Cambridge Yearbook of eu felony reviews is a useful source for these wishing to maintain speed with criminal advancements within the fast-moving international of ecu integration.

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The complainant argued that, if Germany were to ratify the TEU, his right to participate through the democratic process in the exercise of German State power would be significantly diminished. The TEU would, he said, transfer some of the Bundestag’s essential competences to the institutions of the European Community and confer on the Union a power to extend its own powers, which it could use to expand its jurisdiction at will. The result would be that State power in Germany would no longer be exercised by the German people through their elected representatives in the Bundestag.

83 Case C–376/98 Germany v Parliament and Council [2000] ECR I–8419. 84 Para 83 of the judgment. 85 For later developments, see Everling, U, above n 50, 15–18; Everling, U ‘Will Europe Slip on Bananas? The Bananas Judgment of the Court of Justice and National Courts’ (1996) 33 CML Rev 401; Reich, N ‘Judge-Made “Europe à la Carte”: Some Remarks on Recent Conflicts between European and German Constitutional Law Provoked by the Banana Litigation’ (1996) 7 European Journal of International Law 103; Schmid, C, above n 77; Schwarze, J ‘Judicial Review in EC Law—Some Reflections on the Origins and the Actual Legal Situation’ (2002) 51 ICLQ 17.

78 Above n 50 at paras 13 and 23. 79 See Internationale Handelsgesellschaft (‘Solange I’), judgment of 29 May 1974 [1974] 2 CMLR 540; Wünsche (‘Solange II’), judgment of 22 October 1986 [1987] 3 CMLR 225. 80 Opinion 2/94 [1996] ECR I–1759, para 30. See also Opinion 1/94 on the competence of the EC to conclude the WTO Agreement [1994] ECR I–5267. 81 Above n 50, para 99. A Constitutional Court for Europe? 17 Article 235 (now 308) was used by the Danish Constitutional Court in Carlsen82 as the basis for rejecting the argument that the article was incompatible with the demand for specification in section 20 of the Danish Constitution.

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