Charter of Fundamental Rights
The Charter of Fundamental Rights brings together all the personal, political, economic and social rights enjoyed by people within the EU in a single text.
According to Article 51 of the Charter, Member States are bound to respect the Charter only when they are implementing Union law. However, as EU legislation influences – directly or indirectly – the overwhelming part of national legislation and policymaking, the Charter is a relevant tool for national judges, lawmakers and administrators in a wide array of contexts.
Read the complete Charter Of Fundamental Rights of the European Union
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