The charter of fundamental rights within the framework of the european union legal system.
Kornobis- Romanowska, Dagmara
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Since December 2000 the European Union has obtained the Charter of fundamental Rights, the document without explicit legal force, but with legally binding content that consists, In the light of constitutional law of the European Union, the essence of the rule of law of the Communities and the Union. The Charter is a solemn political declaration that gives a clear statement of the fundamental rights which the European Union institutions are committed to respect, both in their Internal and external policies, as are the Member States when implementing EU law. There are legal and political problems which are worth considering .The purpose of this paper is therefore to present the place of the Charter within the EU law as well as its meaning for the EU individuals.
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