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La Unión Europea como un Estado comunitario. Una perspectiva jurídica

Gabriela Quintanilla Mendoza
Foro Internacional
Vol. 45, No. 1 (179) (Jan. - Mar., 2005), pp. 115-135
Published by: El Colegio de Mexico
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27738692
Page Count: 21
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Abstract

El Estado ha modificado sus contenidos y su forma. Los cambios económicos y los fenómenos del neoliberalismo y la globalidad propiciaron un nuevo pensamiento que favoreció la transformación del mapa geográficopolítico mundial y la modificación de la Comunidad Económica Europea. Esta organización, constituida por seis estados para fortalecer su economía después de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, se modificó al integrar a otros más y al considerar aspectos jurídicos, políticos, culturales y sociales que permitieron su consolidación, ya como Unión Europea. La Unión Europea es una organización internacional sui generis determinada por la supranacionalidad, que adquiere las características de un Estado: soberanía, sociedad, normatividad propia y territorio. Esta nueva forma de Estado es denominada Estado comunitario. /// The State has modified its contents and form. Both economic changes, and the phenomena of neoliberalism and globalization promoted a new way of thinking that favored a transformation in the world's geographic-political map and a change in the European Economic Community. This organization, constituted by six states to reinforce their economy at the end of World War II, was modified by the inclusion of new states and the consideration of various juridical, political, cultural and social issues that allowed its consolidation as the current European Union. The EU is a sui generis international organization, defined by supranationality and with the traits of a state: sovereignty, society, self-regulation, and territory. This new form of state is known as communitarian state.

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