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Unlike other general principles of EU law, which derive from the CJ jurisprudence, the principle of national identity is based on a clear legal provision. Article 4(2) TEU stipulates that the Union shall respect important State functions, like the territorial integrity of the State, maintaining law and order and safeguarding national security. The list of values covered by the national principle identity is open and it is for the Member State to decide what values should be protected by itsdoi:10.7172/1689-9024.yars.2016.9.13.2 fatcat:nydyoojz7ffplb2bz4rh5m2h7q