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The Main Principles of EU Institutional Construction

The European Union institutional construction was a rigorous process that saw many transformations here and there until finally achieving the current level. There were Treaties, directives and Regulations involved in this transformative process. These provide a basis for legislation by the Union’s institutions.

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The Main Principles of EU Institutional Construction The important aspect in the institutional construction of the European Union is constituted in the Second pillar of the European Union together with a basis for the national foreign policies of member countries. In order to avoid doctrinal arguments, proponents of the European Political Co-operation, who later developed the second pillar of the European Union system, chose a practical and vague institutional construction open to various people’s interpretations. International law taking the form of international treaties has been the basis for the European integration thus forming the European Communities (European Communities, 1999). The original organizational structures of the European Communities have had to cope up with challenges that came with the passage ...

... legislation by the Union’s institutions. These include primary legislations which are acquired from the Treaties of the European Union and secondary legislations that come from the community legislations founded under the European Community. There were challenges and milestones in the Union’s journey, and there still are but with time they will be overcome (Hong Kong Trade Development Council, 2008)
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