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International Delegation in the Swedish Constitution

Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift
Författare Joachim Åhman
Publicerad i European Public Law
Volym 23
Nummer/häfte 3
Sidor 527–546
ISSN 1354-3725
Publiceringsår 2017
Publicerad vid Juridiska institutionen
Sidor 527–546
Språk en
Ämnesord International Delegation; Swedish Constitution; Sovereignty; Decision; Making; State Jurisdiction; Monism; Dualism; Treaty; International Organizations; Direct Applicability
Ämneskategorier Juridik och samhälle

Sammanfattning

It has become rather common for States to enter into international agreements where an external body, often an international organization, is given the right to make decisions binding on the States under international law. This is often referred to as ‘international delegation’, and the prime example is of course the European Union. Such agreements may affect the States’ sovereignty in different ways, and therefore, there may be good reasons for a State to have a constitutional regulation limiting the possibilities to delegate decision-making authority. In Sweden, this type of regulation can be found in Chapter 10 of the 1974 Instrument of Government. This article contains an analysis of how the Swedish regulation is constructed, taking into account both a national constitutional law perspective, and an international law perspective. The main conclusion is that the construction is problematic, since an international delegation is treated more or less like a delegation from one internal body to another. The architects of the regulation do not seem to have taken into account the international law perspective to any larger extent. Three aspects of the problem are highlighted in the article, and a few suggestions on how the regulation could be changed are made.

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