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Ensuring effective judicial review of EU soft law via the action for annulment before the EU Courts: a plea for a liberal-constitutional approach

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Original languageEnglish
JournalEuropean Constitutional Law Review
Accepted/In press18 Sep 2020

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  • Gentile

    Gentile.pdf, 448 KB, application/pdf

    Uploaded date:18 Sep 2020

    Version:Accepted author manuscript

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Abstract

Judicial review of EU soft law – Liberal-constitutionalism – Principle of effective judicial protection – The liberal-constitutional jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice – Action for annulment – Formalistic understanding of the concept of ‘legally binding effects’ – Preliminary ruling procedure – Limitations of the preliminary ruling procedure in granting effective judicial protection in relation to EU soft law – A plea for a liberal-constitutional reading of Articles 263 and 288 TFEU in relation to direct review of EU soft law

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