Corpus ID: 157910435

The EU enlargement from the human rights perspective. EU Efficiency of the protection of fundamental rights: the role the EU Fundamental Rights Agency

@inproceedings{Bednarczyk2014TheEE,
  title={The EU enlargement from the human rights perspective. EU Efficiency of the protection of fundamental rights: the role the EU Fundamental Rights Agency},
  author={Bogusława Bednarczyk},
  year={2014}
}
  • Bogusława Bednarczyk
  • Published 2014
  • Political Science
  • The fi rst aim of the European Community legal order was not the protection of an individual’s fundamental rights, but rather the construction of an internal market in order to create a common European future. Fundamental rights were only gradually recognized and only to limit the discretion of supranational institutions. However, after the Maastricht and Amsterdam Treaties added TEU articles 6 and 71, the concern for fundamental rights contributed to the determination of the Union’s objectives… CONTINUE READING

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