La eficacia de la Carta
MARTÍN-RETORTILLO BAQUER, Lorenzo (2001) La eficacia de la Carta. Inx: Carta Europea de Derechos. Azpilcueta. Cuadernos de Derecho (17). Eusko Ikaskuntza, pp. 19-27. ISBN 84-8419-941-X
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The European Charter has been solemnly signed but its contents have not been transferred to Treaties. It is therefore not immediately binding law. Will it therefore lack any legal value? The intention behind this article is to demonstratethat, to a large extent, this is not so. In fact, a consistent part of the Charter is already in the Treaties, or originates of the Jurisprudence of the Court of Justice in Luxembourg or is part of the constitutional traditions of the State members. There is, on the other hand, no impediment whatsoever for more qualified legal organs to use it, as has already been done in Spain by the Constitutional Court.
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