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Örebro Universitet (Sweden)

The debate over CEU and ‘the overall situation in Hungary’ in April 2017

In a statement published on 26 of April 2017, the Commission concluded that the Hungarian Higher Education Law of 4 April may be incompatible with the fundamental internal market freedoms. Therefore, the Commission decided to take legal actions and sent … Continue reading

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Joined Cases C-203/15 and C-698/15, Tele2 Sverige v Post- och Telestyrelsen (21 December 2016)

General background In the joined cases C-203/15 (Tele2 Sverige AB v Post- och Telestyrelsen) and C-698 (Secretary of State for Home Department v Tom Watson and Others) of 21 December (the Joined Cases), the ECJ decided a request for preliminary … Continue reading

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Gordon on Brexit: a challenge for the UK constitution, of the UK constitution?

In October 2016, Michael Gordon, Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Liverpool, specialized in Constitutional law, published an article entitled  “Brexit: a challenge for the UK constitution, of the UK constitution?” in the European Constitutional Law Review. As … Continue reading

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The watchdog barks, but does it bite? – A renewed push on relocation and resettlement of refugees and migrants in the EU

Background This post is a follow up of the earlier posts on the Common European Asylum System published on this blog. It is based on a Statement from the Commission, published on 2 March 2017 concerning renewed efforts in implementing … Continue reading

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Case C-638/16 PPU, X and X v Belgium (7 March 2017)

General background On 12 December 2016, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) received a request for a preliminary ruling from the Belgian Council for asylum and immigration proceedings. The case concerned a Syrian family living in Aleppo, Syria. Relying on … Continue reading

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Andreas Auer on a critical view of the EU’s dramatic referendum (in)experience

Andreas Auer, a professor of constitutional law in Switzerland, presents a reflection on anti-European referendums in the Editorial ‘The people have spoken: abide? A critical view of the EU’s dramatic referendum (in)experience’ published in the European Constitutional Law Review (Volume … Continue reading

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Brexit and the UK’s triggering of Article 50 TEU – What happens next?

In June 2016, the United Kingdom (UK) decided to leave the European Union (EU) through a referendum initiated by former Prime Minister David Cameron. After the unexpected result of the referendum, he decided to resign and Theresa May became the … Continue reading

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