The CJEU jurisprudence on the principle of direct effect and the disapplication of national law inconsistent with EU law raises several criticalities on the content and extent of such principle and its impact on national legal orders. This article seeks to reconceptualize the relationship between direct effect and disapplication and argues ultimately that the CJEU should go back to do what it did for decades, i.e., acting as an inspiration and a guide for national jurisdictions.

Effetto diretto del diritto dell’Unione europea e disapplicazione, oggi / Gallo, Daniele. - In: OSSERVATORIO SULLE FONTI. - ISSN 2038-5633. - 3(2019), pp. 1-42.

Effetto diretto del diritto dell’Unione europea e disapplicazione, oggi

Daniele Gallo
2019

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The CJEU jurisprudence on the principle of direct effect and the disapplication of national law inconsistent with EU law raises several criticalities on the content and extent of such principle and its impact on national legal orders. This article seeks to reconceptualize the relationship between direct effect and disapplication and argues ultimately that the CJEU should go back to do what it did for decades, i.e., acting as an inspiration and a guide for national jurisdictions.
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