By Millikan R. A.
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In terms of their content, the development of norms regarding labour during ﬁve decades of existence of the EC has been spasmodic, episodic and unsystematic. They have ranged unsystematically from norms in which the principle of freedom of movement in a Community-wide labour market overrides social considerations of protection of workers (as when technical standards for products are stipulated which are lower than national labour law standards,) to norms which have provided rights and protection far beyond existing Member State provisions (as in equality between men and women).
But the law operates to limit the potential creativity of the EC institutions within the conﬁnes of the competences allowed for by the Treaties. One example of this approach arises from the provisions of Article 51 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights adopted by the European Council at Nice in December 2000. This purports to limit the scope of application of the Charter:81 1. The provisions of this Charter are addressed to the institutions and bodies of the Union with due regard for the principle of subsidiarity and to the Member States only when they are implementing Union law.
In the case of the ILO norms, for example, the historical context following the First World War dictated that the norms promoted have as their objective the protection of workers and their organisations, and that workers’ and employers’ organisations take part in their formulation. 75 Free movement of workers in a common market The EC was founded to create a common market in services, goods, capital and labour. Freedom of movement for labour in a common market as a founding 74 75 The importance of the sociological approach was evident when the European Court of First Instance addressed the question of the representativeness of the parties to the ﬁrst social dialogue agreement incorporated into the Directive in Parental Leave.
The Further Extension of the Ultra-violet Spectrum and the Progression with Atomic Number of the Spectra of Light Elements by Millikan R. A.