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The Official Journal (OJ) of the European Union is the gazette of record for the European Union. It has been published since the Treaty of Nice entered into force on 1 February 2003. It is published in each of the 23 official languages of the member states. Only legal acts published in the Official Journal are binding.

The Official Journal superseded the earlier Official Journal of the European Coal and Steel community which was published from 30 December 1952. This was renamed Official Journal of the European Communities with the establishment of the European Community before taking its current title with the creation of European Union.

The Official Journal comprises two series:

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