Category Archives: Germany

AG Szpunar: Permanent Residence is Necessary for Enhanced Protection against Expulsion

In EU Citizenship and Federalism: The Role of Rights, Michal Meduna’s entertaining chapter examines the protection EU citizens enjoy against expulsion as a consequence of scelestus europeus sum or “I am a European offender”. Toying with Sir Francis Jacob’s idea … Continue reading

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CJEU: Public Manifestation of Religion and Persecution

Bundesrepublik Deutschland v Y & Z [2012] EUECJ C-71/11 (05 September 2012) Pakistan is an intolerant country where human rights are routinely violated and minorities are persecuted. The paradox is that the country was created because Indian Muslims feared a marginal … Continue reading

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