StatusThe thesis was presented on the 14 July, 2018
Approved by NCAA on the 23 November, 2018
Abstract– 0.56 Mb / in romanian
ThesisCZU 342.3:061.1 EU (043.3)
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Thesis structure: introduction; introductory chapter; basic compartments – three chapters, general conclusions and recommendations; bibliography from 207 titles; 150 basic text pages.
Number of publications relating to the thesis topic: the obtained results are 7 scientific publications.
Study field: 552.01 – Constitutional law
Work goals: identification of factors that influence the content of sovereignty and independence of the EU member states after integration.
Work objectives: the analysis of the legal doctrine regarding the sovereignty and independence of the states; identifying the content of the concept of sovereignty and independence in the context of globalization and integration; analysing the legal nature of the EU; identification and analysing the degree of sovereignty and independence limitation of the EU member states; identification of the EUCJ role and the impact of its jurisprudence on the sovereignty and independence of the states; proposing scientifically-based recommendations.
Scientific novelty and originality: consists in the research of the degree of sovereignty and independence of the EU member states from perspective of their competencies and the role of national states in the european construction and also in the institutional research of the economical and legal sovereignty. At the same time, the scientific novelty resides in the conclusions and arguments exposed in the thesis.
Scientific issue solved: Identification of legal structure and nature of the EU, which determined the nature of relations between the Union and member states in terms of sovereignty and independence in the way of creating a new theoretical base for promoting a new concept of sovereignty and also to determine the degree of sovereignty and independence of the member states within this structure.
Theoretical importance and practical value of the thesis: The doctoral thesis has a scientific– theoretical character and can serve as a source in the scientific process for proffesors, PhD and Master students and for other interested professionals by offering an informational picture regarding the evolution and transformation of the concept of sovereignty and independence of the states on the global evolution background and detailed research on the subject regarding the sovereignty and independence of the EU member state. The research could be used to complete the constitutional law course materials.
Scientific implementation of the result: Participation within the working group for elaboration of the
draft law on the amendments to the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova, instituted by the
Parliament's Decision nr. 209 from 06.10.2017.
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