News and Archives of Jacques Delors
News & Archives from
Jacques Delors
Support the Jacques Delors Institute!
Click here
Subscribe to our newsletter
Subscribe to our newsletter
Read our newsletter
António Vitorino

António Vitorino

António Vitorino, born in 1957 in Lisbon, holds a degree in law from the University of Lisbon and ...
Key points
Schengen's stress test: political issues and perspectives
"Schengen": a race against the time or a fools’ game?
“Schengen”, terrorism and security
Yves Bertoncini on France 24 English about the Schengen Agreements
Schengen et la solidarité : le fragile équilibre entre confiance et méfiance mutuelles
See more
Themes :
Select ...
Choose a theme
Types :
Select ...
Choose type
Dates :
Select ...
Free movement / Schengen

Luxembourg, 3 and 4 December 2012 - 60th anniversary of Court of Justice



António Vitorino, President of Notre Europe - Jacques Delors Institute is one of the speakers of the conference celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Court of Justice on 3rd and 4 December 2012 in Luxembourg :

"60  years of cooperation between the Court of Justice and the national courts: Analysis and perspectives’

Since the establishment of the Court of Justice of the European Union in 1952, its mission has been to ensure that "the law is observed" "in the interpretation and application" of the Treaties. The Court of Justice of the European Union, which has its seat in Luxembourg, consists of three courts: the Court of Justice, the General Court (created in 1988) and the Civil Service Tribunal (created in 2004).

António Vitorino delivers the Speech from the Formal sitting of Tuesday, December 4, 2012 after the allocation of the President of the Court of Justice of the European Union, Vassilios Skouris and intervention of the Court of the European Union, Marc Jaegeret President of the Court of public Service of the European Union, Sean Van Raepenbusch.

The programme can be downloaded above.

Contact - Sitemap - Legal - Vacancies
Jacques Delors Institute - 19, rue de Milan - 75009 Paris - Tel. +33 1 44 58 97 97 - Email:
Jacques Delors Institut – Berlin, Pariser Platz 6, 10117 Berlin
Powered by Walabiz
We use cookies on our website.
If you continue to use our website you consent to the use of cookies.