Analysing the available data allows us to look even further back in time. From 1952 to 2018, on 3,957 occasions member states have been brought before the European Court of Justice for failing to comply with community law. From this perspective, one country tends to dominate the stage: Italy, with more than 652 cases, or 16.48 percent of the total.
The European court of justice may impose financial sanctions against Member states when failing to fulfill specific obligations.
(ultimo aggiornamento: giovedì 3 Ottobre 2019)