Not all EU Member States recognise the Common European Sales Law’s general principle of good faith and fair dealing. The Legal Affairs Committee of the European Parliament (JURI) thus proposes changing the principle’s content and its function.
"For, only if we can constitute the EU as a proper union of sovereign Member Peoples, will the EU be able to rest on the shoulders of its 500 million citizens, instead of on those of 28 heads of governments", argues Armin Cuyvers in his thesis.
The impact of international aviation on climate change is a topical issue. Despite appearances, the last resolution of the Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organisation on this subject may be seen as a clear defeat for the European Union.
A bonus cap for bankers is introduced in CRDIV. However, the UK government fears that this rule, amongst others, will undermine responsibility in the banking sector rather than promote it. The government has therefore lodged a legal challenge with the ECJ.