The European parliamentary elections commence and the German Constitution turns 70 today, both on the very same day. Although arguably coincidental, this overlap offers the opportunity to investigate how “European” today’s German Constitution is.
Tag: German Federal Constitutional Court
This summer, the German Federal Constitutional Court initiated its second ever preliminary reference to the CJEU, challenging the legality of ECB policies. This blog highlights its links to previous jurisprudence and its impact on judicial dialogue.