Received: 01 Jan 1970
Accepted: 01 Jan 1970
STAV SUDA PRAVDE O ODNOSU SISTEMA ZAŠTITE LjUDSKIH PRAVA U EU I DRUGIM MEĐUNARODNIM ORGANIZACIJAMA
Lepotić Biljana (Основни суд у Новом Саду), email@example.com
Although human rights are classified in different ways, it is important to note that international human rights law proclaims that all human rights are universal, indivisible and interrelated, and that no right is more important than another. However, these rights are protected as well by laws passed at the regional level or acts of force on the territory of Europe and the European Union. Even though on the international legal level, international law has primacy in comparison with the EU Law based on the UN Charter, which respects and affirms the practice of the Court of Justice, however, the constitutional guarantees of fundamental rights contained in the EU Law as an autonomous legal system should not be brought into question by any international agreement.
Keywords: human rights, the European Union, the Security Council, The Court of Justice of the EU, Kadi case