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(p. 189) 13. The Court of Justice of the European Union 

(p. 189) 13. The Court of Justice of the European Union
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(p. 189) 13. The Court of Justice of the European Union
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Ilias Kapsis

DOI:
10.1093/hepl/9780198806530.003.0013
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date: 20 October 2019

This chapter examines the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), which consists of three courts: the Court of Justice (or ‘the Court’), the General Court, and the Civil Service Tribunal. It focuses on issues of structure and procedure, the extent of the Courts’ jurisdiction, and their role in the promotion of European integration. The chapter also discusses the criticism directed at the CJEU for the way it exercises its judicial powers, which allegedly involve political considerations normally unacceptable for a judicial body. Lastly, the chapter looks at role of the Courts in the current challenging environment facing the EU as a result inter alia of Brexit, the refugee crisis, the rise of populism, and the continuing impact of the economic crisis.

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