This article examines the state of judicial protection in the European Community system largely against the background of the debate of recent years, and discusses critically the ostrich-like reaction of the Court to the chorus of criticism relating to its interpretation of the concept of “individual concern” in the fourth paragraph of Article 230 of the Treaty establishing the European Community (“EC Treaty”). It also examines the attempt in the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe to establish a different approach to admissibility in respect of some types of Community acts.
Laurence W. Gormley,
Judicial Review: Advice for the Deaf?,
29 Fordham Int'l L.J. 655
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