The powers of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) have sparked debate as this institution will decide how to interpret the human rights protections of the Lisbon Treaty’s Charter of Fundamental Rights. Concern about the ECJ’s powers focus on claims that the charter will undermine domestic legislation in areas such as reproductive rights and abortion, and also doubts about the direction the ECJ is headed in relation to employment legislation.
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