The German Federal Constitutional Court and the European Court of Justice continue to argue over who has the last word in Europe. In an interview with ZDF, Policy Fellow Thu Nguyen explains what she considers realistic options for resolving the dispute.
"The Federal Constitutional Court could consult the ECJ several times in the future if it disagrees with a vote from Luxembourg. That would be the chance for the courts - step by step - to converge." Nguyen considers other solutions, such as a new competence court to settle the conflict, unlikely as this would require a change in the EU treaties.
You can find the full article (in German) here.