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Les 60 ans du traité de Rome – l’Europe hors d’Europe: - Pays et territoires d’outre-mer et Régions ultrapériphériques -

Abstract : After the signature of the EEC treaty in Rome in 1957, the new Community inherits the legal ties that its Founding States had outside of Europe. For the entities known as “overseas countries and territories”, “special arrangements for association” – heavily characterized by exteriority, compared to the scope of intra-EEC law – are organised and remain to this day, even if this exteriority goes diminishing. About the initial complex statute of the “French overseas departments”, the CJEC rules in 1978 that the EEC communal law applies ipso jure to them, even if specific provisions may be decided. After Spain and Portugal joined the EEC, their overseas regions with the French overseas departments became known as “outermost regions”. Together they obtain as of the treaty of Amsterdam a shared statute seen as more beneficial, that will later be confirmed by the treaty of Lisbon.
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Danielle Perrot. Les 60 ans du traité de Rome – l’Europe hors d’Europe: - Pays et territoires d’outre-mer et Régions ultrapériphériques -. Revue de l'Union Européenne, 2017, pp. 635-646. ⟨hal-02532546⟩

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