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2021, vol. 60, br. 91, str. 117-139
Sud pravde Evropske unije i autonomne restriktivne mere protiv pravnih i fizičkih lica i nedržavnih entiteta u okviru zajedničke spoljne i bezbednosne politike
Univerzitet u Banjoj Luci, Fakultet bezbjednosnih nauka, Republika Srpska, BiH

e-adresaboris.tucic@predsjednikrs.net
Ključne reči: ZSBP; autonomne restriktivne mere; sudska praksa; pravna i fizička lica i nedržavni entiteti; Sud pravde EU; Opšti sud; procesni kriterijumi; ljudska prava
Sažetak
Primenom analitičkih i sintetičkih metoda, poput analize sadržaja i komparativne analize, u radu se razmatra delovanje sudova Unije po pitanju primene autonomnih restriktivnih mera protiv pravnih i fizičkih lica i nedržavnih entiteta u okviru ZSBP. U radu se analizira ugovorni i institucionalni kontekst ove vrste restriktivnih mera, sagledava ugovorna pozicija Suda pravde u okviru ZSBP, te razmatraju najrelevantniji aspekti sudske prakse po ovom pitanju, a posebno nastojanje Suda da ojača vlastiti kapacitet u oblasti ZSBP, jurisprudentna identifikacija procesnih kriterijuma koje odluke o restriktivnim merama moraju ispuniti, kao i napori sudova Unije u pravcu zaštite ljudskih prava i sloboda pri primeni restriktivnih mera, uključujući i pravo na naknadu štete. Na kraju su data zaključna razmatranja autora u kojima se, između ostalog, konstatuje da je dosadašnja sudska praksa, uz jačanje pozicije Suda pravde u okviru ZSBP, primarno posvećena obezbeđenju svojevrsne ravnoteže između efikasnosti i efektivnosti instrumenata ZSBP, s jedne strane, te zaštite bazičnih vrednosti na kojima pravni poredak Unije počiva, s druge, među kojima se posebno izdvajaju vladavina prava, pravna sigurnost, efikasna sudska zaštita, odnosno zaštita ljudskih prava i sloboda kako ih garantuje pravo Unije.
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O članku

jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
DOI: 10.5937/zrpfn0-33261
primljen: 22.07.2021.
prihvaćen: 10.09.2021.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 06.11.2021.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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