The legal system of the European Union is based on multinational integration. It means that common legislation is necessary. The main goal of this cooperation is providing power, security and force of the member states. The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) is responsible for making sure that the law is applied in the same way in all EU countries. Interpreting the law, enforcing the law, annuling EU legal acts, ensuring the EU takes action and sanctioning EU institutions if necessary are the main tasks of CJEU.
Labour Law can be mentioned as an example of the international legal standarts among members of EU. Its structure contains 5 parts starting from general principles and continuuing with European laws involving legal norms of employment contract, employee’s rights, protection of employees at work, ect. The EU aims to promote social progress and improve the working and living conditions of the people of Europe offering The Treaty on the Functioning of the EU which inclu...
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