CURRENT TENDENCIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION DEVELOPMENTCONSEQUENCES OF THIS DEVELOPMENT ON SHORT AND MEDIUM TERM

Ştefan Herchi

Abstract


The institutional development of the European Union requires not only a consolidation of European union bodies but also common and coordinated policies, that inevitably imply the obligation of the Member States to give up to a part of their own powers, in other words to give in of their national sovereignty. The matter in question, at least from our point of view, is whether Romania is or not prepared for this kind of constitutional development.


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 Ion P. Filipescu, Augustin Fuerea – “The European Community Institutional Law”, edition IV, “Actami” Publishing House, 1999;

 Herchi Ştefan – “The European state”, Journal of Agora Univeristy, Oradea no. 5/2005;

 Dragomir Claudia Elena – “Sovereignty of the EU Member States”, “Refacos G.A.”, Publishing House, Moreni, 2005;

 Marin Voicu – “Community Law. Theory and jurisprudence”, Ex Ponto, Constanţa, 2002.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.15837/aijjs.v8i4.1602

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