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« Intégrité et cohérence de l’ordre juridique de l’Union » et régimes dérogatoires ; le cas de régions ultrapériphériques

Abstract : The article 349 TFEU about outermost regions (ORs) is the only article ordering not to "undermine the integrity and the coherence of the Union legal order". Even if the ORs are an integral part of the EU legal system, the article 349 TFEU allows special measures for the ORs, but that asks for balancing between the recognition of the legitimacy of legal distinctions and the preservation of the "integrity and coherence" of the EU legal order. Considering the known difficulties of the ORs, authors of secondary legislation may adjust the implementations of primary law concerning the ORs, like concerning other regions of the EU. Ruling in Cases C-132/14 to C-136/14 recognize the article 349 TFEU as a pertinent legal basis for this purpose. Authors of secondary legislation may also go as far as infringe a norm that is part of primary law, but the internal authorities – national or local authorities – cannot act this way without the permission of the Institutions of the EU. Those Institutions must then take a series of measures to ensure those given authorizations don't pave the way for abuses.
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Danielle Perrot. « Intégrité et cohérence de l’ordre juridique de l’Union » et régimes dérogatoires ; le cas de régions ultrapériphériques. Colloque Jean Monnet, "Les implications territoriales de l’appartenance à l’Union Européenne", Laurence POTVIN-SOLIS, Oct 2015, Caen, France. ⟨hal-02532601⟩

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