By Robert Schütze
Half I. ecu legislations - construction: 1. Union associations; 2. Union laws; three. Union competences; four. basic rights; half II. ecu legislations - Enforcement: five. Direct influence; 6. (Legal) supremacy; 7. nationwide activities; eight. eu activities; half III. ecu legislation - Substance: nine. inner industry: items; 10. inner industry: people; eleven. festival legislations: cartels; 12. festival legislations: abuse.
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Two of these freedoms will be discussed in turn: Chapter 9 looks at the free movement of goods, while Chapter 10 examines the free movement of persons. The two subsequent chapters, Chapters 11 and 12, analyse the two pillars of European competition law: Articles 101 and 102 TFEU. The former deals with anti-competitive agreements, the latter prohibits the abuse of a dominant position by an undertaking. European competition law is thereby traditionally seen as a functional complement to the internal market.
See also Article 20 (2) (d) TFEU. 47 (iv) Elective powers Modern constitutionalism distinguishes between “presidential” and “parliamentary” systems. Within the former, the executive ofﬁcers are independent from Parliament, whereas in the latter the executive is elected by Parliament. The European constitutional order sits somewhere “in between”. Its executive was for a long time selected without any parliamentary involvement. However, as regards the Commission, the European Parliament has increasingly come to be involved in the appointment process.
It will be harder to ﬁnd the name “Commission” among the public institutions of States, where the executive is typically referred to as the “government”. By contrast, central banks and courts of auditors exist in many national legal orders. Where do the Treaties deﬁne the Union institutions? The provisions on the Union institutions are split between the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union in the following way: 1 2 Article 13(1) TEU. Paragraph 2 adds: “Each institution shall act within the limits of the powers conferred on it in the Treaties, and in conformity with the procedures, conditions and objectives set out in them.
An introduction to European law by Robert Schütze