Tremolada, Eric. (2006) Application of the Andean Communitarian Law in Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela in Comparison with the European Union Experience. Jean Monnet/Robert Schuman Paper Series Vol. 6 No. 3 January 2006. [Working Paper]
[Introduction]. The correct application of the Communitarian Law produced by an International Integration Organization implies that States Members have to make political and legal internal reforms. However, those obligations are not always undertaken by the States and, therefore, the goals of the integration process cannot be reached. As 2005 was very crucial for the conformation of the Andean Common Market, it is quite important to study the different mechanisms for application of the Communitarian Law within the Member States and the comparison of them with those of the successful European Union experience. This historical context is the frame within which we are going to undertake the study and investigation of the political and legal reforms that facilitate the application of Andean Communitarian Law made by Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela. This research is not going to consider the case of Colombia because that issue is being addressed in other broader and deeper academic investigation.
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