This chapter analyses the role of rights in the Community legal order and their impact on judicial review. It begins with a discussion on the evolution of Community rights, revealing the input from the European Court of Justice (ECJ), the Court of First Instance (CFI), and the Community political organs. It then provides an overview of the concerns voiced about the protection of rights within the Community prior to the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union. The focus shifts to the Charter of Fundamental Rights, its genesis, and content. It concludes by examining the broader relevance of human rights within the EU.
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