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Dolores Utrilla
Dolores Utrilla
20th October 2021
Human Rights Institutional law Justice & Litigation

Op-Ed: “The Primacy of EU law Does Not Depend on the Existence of a Legislative Competence — Debunking the flawed analysis of the Polish Constitutional Court” by David Krappitz and Niels Kirst

This contribution is part of the EU Law Live Symposium on the primacy of EU law  and the implications of the Polish Constitutional Court Decision in case K 3/21. See also the Op-Eds by René Repasi, Jeffery Atik and Xavier Groussot, Paul Craig, Dimitry Kochenov, Christophe Hillion, Justin Lindeboom, Federico Casolari, and Araceli Turmo.

1. Introduction

The Polish Constitutional Court’s (Trybunał Konstytucyjny) ruling of 7 October 2021, issued in case K 3/21, sent shockwaves through the European political and legal sphere (see here, here and here). In that judgment, the Trybunał Konstytucyjny declared certain interpretations of Articles 1, 2, 4(3) and 19(1)(2) TEU incompatible with the Polish Con


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