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The European judicial institution

the court of justice

Student: Benelli Elena
Class: 5^A SIA
School: ITC Paradisi (MO)

Date 24/06/2020


01. Presentation

02. Composition

04. The General Court

05. The main roles

06. Indirect action

08. Thanks

07. Direct actions

Index

03. The Court of Justice

PRESENTATION

  • The Court of Justice is the principal judicial organ of the European Union.
  • Multilingual Institution.
  • Treaty of Lisbon.


info

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Acronym: EUCJ
Location: Luxembourg

INFO

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COMPOSITION

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THE COURT OF JUSTICE

IT WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1952

THE GENERAL COURT

IT WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1988 AND IT HAS TO HELP THE COURT OF JUSTICE

ITS MISSION IS TO ENSURE THAT EUROPEAN LAWS ARE APPLIED IN THE SAME WAY IN ALL THE EU COUNTRIES. BUT IT HAS OTHERS TASKS.




IT IS MADE UP OF TWO COURTS:

There was another organ known as Civil Service Tribunal whose jurisdiction was transferred to the General Court after it ceased to operate on the 1st October 2016


THE COURT OF JUSTICE

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Composition

  • 1 judge for each EU's country;
  • 11 advocates general


The official work language is France.

President

ITALY

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The President of the Court is

Lenaerts since October 2015.

The Italian judge is Lucia Serena Rossi since 2018


ITALY

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THE GENERAL COURT

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His name is Marc Van Der Woude

Composition

President

  • Now: 2 judges for each EU's country.
  • Before; 1 judge for each EU's country.

The two Italian judges since 2018 are:

1. Roberto Mastroianni

2. Ornella Porchia


THE MAIN ROLES

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HOW DOES IT WORK?

  • Direct actions

  • To examine the legality of the EU laws and measures;
  • To apply in the same way the EU laws in all the EU countries;
  • To settle legal disputes;
  • To make a decision when a private feels that his/her rights have been infringed.


  • Indirect action.

INDIRECT ACTION

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PRELIMINARY RULINGS

The Court has to help the National Courts to translate correctly the European laws in their own languages.

DIRECT ACTIONS

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Procedure:

  • The Court sits as a full court;
  • The Court sits in a Grand Chamber of 15 judges;
  • The Court sits in 10 Chambers.

  • Proceedings for failure to fullfil an obligation;
  • Actions for annulment;
  • Actions for failure to act;
  • Actions for damage.

The judgement:

  • The written stage;
  • The oral stage.

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BENELLI ELENA 5^A SIA

Thanks for your attention