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Instanțele naționale pot fi văzute zilnic ocupate cu interpretarea dreptului național astfel încât să fie în conformitate cu Tratatele UE

But despite such problems, one should not lose sight of the fact that – in the great majority of situations – the system of decentralised enforcement for Union law works incredibly well: national courts all across the Member States are daily busy at work interpreting national law so as to conform to the Treaties, recognising the direct effect of myriad instruments of Union law, and disapplying irreconcilable provisions of domestic legislation.

A. Dashwood, M. Dougan, B. Rodger, E. Spaventa, D. Wyatt
(European Union Law, Hart Publishing, editia a sasea, 2011, la p. 284)

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