The European Ombudsman. Frontex and Fundamental Rights

Authors

  • Blerina Muskaj Lecturer of University “Aleksandër Moisiu” Durres

Keywords:

European Parliament, Unione europea, European Ombudsman, clause of solidarity, Charter of Fundamental Rights, Frontex and fundamental rights.

Abstract

The European Union system is characterized by the presence of the European Ombudsman (also known as the Ombudsman), a special figure, strengthened over time, which translates the will to prepare an ever wider protection of the rights recognized by European Union law, not only for European citizens, but also for residents of a member state, whether natural or legal persons. On 1 October 2013 Emily O'Reilly[1] took up the first position at the European Ombudsman and continued the path started by her predecessors in order to support the EU institutions to become more effective, transparent and accountable. This statement of purpose it is based on the binding legal value obtained from the Charter of Fundamental Rights with the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon. As far as it is important for our purposes, the extension of the right to good administration in the activities of the European institutions is being strengthened.

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Published

2023-11-14

How to Cite

Muskaj, B. . (2023). The European Ombudsman. Frontex and Fundamental Rights. European Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, 9(1), 11–18. Retrieved from https://revistia.com/index.php/ejms/article/view/6996