Date: 12th May 2020

The EU's top court, the European Court of Justice (ECJ), warned last Friday that the bloc's legal order could unravel if national courts started to question the primacy of EU law and ECJ decisions.


After the German Constitutional Court's ruling on the European Central Bank diverged from an earlier ECJ decision, the ECJ warned, in an unprecedent statement, that it alone has the right to rule on EU institutions and interpret EU law.

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