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Title:Moralna in etična raznolikost držav članic v sodni praksi EU
Authors:Žugelj, Klemen (Author)
Hojnik, Janja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Evropska unija je družbeno-politična tvorba 28 držav članic z ravno toliko različnih predstav o morali in etiki. Poleg tega pa med državami članicami obstaja notranji trg in njegova pravila. Enoten notranji trg, ki ga urejata Pogodba o Evropski uniji (PEU) in Pogodba o delovanju Evropske unije (PDEU), temelji na štirih svoboščinah, in sicer prostem pretoku blaga, oseb, storitev in kapitala. Poznamo pa izjeme, ki lahko omejujejo te svoboščine in neekonomski razlog javne morale je ena izmed njih. V sodni praksi Sodišča EU se je do sedaj nabralo že precej primerov sodb, ki se dotikajo »moralno vprašljivih« področij, kot so mehke droge (marihuana), pornografija in pornografski izdelki, prostitucija, igre na srečo ter splav in umetna oploditev in prinašajo različne odločitve Sodišča EU. Pravila Evropske unije dovoljujejo argument samoodločbe držav članic, ki predstavlja situacijo, kjer se lahko demokratično zaščitijo nekatere moralne in etične vrednote v državah članicah, in argument pridržka, ki onemogoča določene odločitve nacionalnih politik. V bistvu je argument pridržka zrcalna slika argumenta samoodločbe. Očitna neenakost ukrepov samoodločbe in pridržka pomeni velik izziv za pravo EU. Porajajo se tri možne različice reševanja konflikta med tema dvema argumentoma, in sicer nagibanje k mednarodni morali in etiki, v smeri ločenosti narodne morale in etike ter uravnoteženost s pomočjo načela sorazmernosti.
Keywords:Morala, etika, javna morala, notranji trg, Sodišče EU, pravo EU, raznolikost, sodna praksa, sorazmernost.
Year of publishing:2015
Publisher:[K. Žugelj]
Source:Maribor
UDC:341.2:339.5:176.5(043.2)
COBISS_ID:5070379 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:FRJCXMYO
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Language:English
Title:MORAL AND ETHICAL DIVERSITY OF THE MEMBER STATES IN THE CASE LAW OF THE EU
Abstract:The European Union is socio-political formation of twenty-eight Member States, with as many various notions of morality and ethics. In addition, there is an internal market between Member States and its rules. A single internal market, which is regulated by the Treaty on European Union (TEU) and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), is based on the four freedoms, namely the free movement of goods, persons, services, and capital. However, there are exceptions which may restrict these freedoms and non-economic reason of public morality is one of them. The Court of Justice of the EU has so far accumulated already many examples of judgments which touch the "morally questionable" areas, such as soft drugs (marijuana), pornography and pornographic articles, prostitution, gambling and abortion and artificial insemination and bring different decisions of the Court of Justice. European Union rules allow the argument of self-determination of the Member States that represents a situation where certain moral and ethical values of the Member States may be the democratically protected, and the argument of containment, which prevents certain decisions of national policies. In essence, the argument of containment is a mirror image of the argument of self-determination. The obvious inequality measures of self-determination and reservation means a major challenge for EU law. Three possible variants of solving the conflict between these two arguments may be raised, namely the trend towards international morality and ethics, the direction of the separation of national morality and ethics and the balance through the principle of proportionality.
Keywords:Morality, ethics, public morality, the internal market, the EU Court of Justice, EU law, diversity, case law, proportionality.


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