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Gauweiler and ors v Deutscher Bundestag, Judgment, reference for a preliminary ruling, 16th June 2015 (Case C-62/14, ECLI:EU:C:2015:400), OXIO 699

European Court of Justice [ECJ]; European Central Bank [ECB]; United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; Constitutional Court [BVerfG]; Germany [de]

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Margin of appreciation — International monetary law — Proportionality — Competences of international organizations — Judicial review — Standard of review
1. Admissibility before the Court of Justice of the European Union of the request for a preliminary ruling when the referring court considers that it has the ultimate responsibility to determine the validity of the European Union decisions in question in the light of the conditions and limits imposed by domestic constitutional law. 2. Delimitation of the scope of the monetary policy conferred upon the European System of Central Banks under the founding Treaties of the European Union vis-à-vis the economic policy retained by the Member States. This headnote...
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