Waiting for Lisbon...Constitutional Reflections on the Embryonic General Part of EU Criminal Law
European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 17 (2009) 227
Posted: 9 Jan 2013
Date Written: October 2008
This article seeks to explore what it means to refer to the acquis communautaire in the context of EU criminal law after Lisbon. This paper examines institutional developments within the area of EU criminal law, interpreted broadly and focuses in particular, on the possible impact of the so-called general provisions in the area of freedom, security and justice as introduced by the Lisbon Treaty in title V of the Treaty of the Functioning of the Union.
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