Empowerment and Disempowerment of the European Citizen by Michael Dougan, Niamh Nic Shuibhne, Eleanor Spaventa PDF

By Michael Dougan, Niamh Nic Shuibhne, Eleanor Spaventa

ISBN-10: 1849462356

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This assortment engages with a primary subject on ecu citizenship - the emancipation of sure voters, the alienation of others - and expands the horizons to interrogate no matter if related debates and traits may be pointed out in different fields of eu integration. the focal point of the e-book is noticeably citizen-focused. It promises the opportunity of the hole out of research of the consequences of ecu citizenship past the parameters of Articles 18-25 TFEU and past the disciplinary confines of felony research on my own. The ebook construes 'EU citizenship' in its broadest experience, and explores the level to which the ecu citizen is, or certainly isn't really, surely on the center of ecu legislations and coverage making. what's the goal and function of this transnational, neighborhood regulator, on condition that citizen matters appear concentrated basically at both the infra nation or worldwide degrees? in the broader subject of empowerment and disempowerment, the book's members contemplate a number move slicing topics, for instance: the level to which channels of citizen participation (can) tell european coverage making in a 'bottom-up' feel, or even if the ecu is a catalyst for the development of latest areas and new identities. (Series: glossy experiences in ecu legislations - Vol. 35)

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44 M Attlmayr, ‘Adelsaufhebungsgesetz und das Gemeinschaftsrecht’ [2010] Journal für Rechtspolitik 1. The republican principle can only be changed by a 2/3 majority in the Austrian Parliament in combination with an obligatory referendum. 45 T Kröll, ‘Adelsaufhebungsgesetz und Unionbürgerschaft oder EuGH und Emotionen (C-208/09 Sayn-Wittgenstein)’ [2010] Zeitschrift für Verwaltung 177. 46 Case C-208/09 Sayn-Wittgenstein, judgment of 22 December 2010, para 87. 47 Verfassungsgerichtshof, 27 November 2003, B 557/03.

That same national could also rely on EU law as against his own Member State on his return, but prior movement was regarded as a necessary precondition. 2 * The views expressed in this chapter are purely personal to the author. An earlier version of this chapter was published in (2010) Irish Jurist 13–46. 1 The key provisions of the EEC Treaty on the free movement of persons and services are, subject to amendment and renumbering, to be found in Arts 45 (workers), 49 (establishment) and 56 (services) TFEU, which came into force following the ratification of the Treaty of Lisbon.

The refusal of the British authorities to take into account the Irish nationality of Ms McCarthy does not oblige her to leave the territory of the Union. Being a British national and an adult, she enjoys, without the need of any support, an unconditional right of residence in the United Kingdom, whereas the Zambrano children, because of their young age, could not in practice exercise their Union citizenship rights independently of their parents’ presence in Belgium. Neither is, according to the Court, Ms McCarthy impeded from exercising her movement rights within the territory of the Member States.

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