Of course, violations of the rule of law must not lead to corruption or abuse of power in the member states. However, a schematic “transfer” of the institutions that serve the rule of law to the EU level could particularly endanger the essence of the rule of law.
The rule of law debates could have a drastic effect on the future of the European Union. The systematic transfer of institutions serving justice and enforcing the rule of law to the European level may endanger democracy and in particular the original concept of the rule of law.
Law professor James Allan claims that although written constitutions are very popular around the world, they may not deliver what they promise to citizens.
If the Basic Law is considered illegitimate, then the law which determines the electoral order on the basis of this Basic Law is also illegitimate. The conclusion that can be drawn is simple: the participation in parliament of political forces with a simple a majority is also illegitimate.
International law has been constantly expanding and consolidating its competence over relations between state and people.