by Luigi LIMONE (FREE Group trainee) Background Yesterday, the European Commission and the High Representative, Federica Mogherini, have diffused the 5th Report on the progress made under the Partnership Framework on Migration and implementation of measures to address the situation along the Central Mediterranean Route, in line with the Action Plan on measures to support… Continue reading Parliamentary Tracker : Establishing an EU migrants resettlement framework
by Beatrice FRAGASSO (Free-Group Trainee) The European Commission, on 16 November 2016, has put forward a proposal (COM(2016) 731, 16.11.2016, 2016/0357(COD)) establishing a European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS) and amending Regulation (EU) (EU) 2016/399 (the ‘Schengen Borders Code’), (EU) 2016/794 and (EU) 2016/1624. This proposal is being negotiated as part of the Smart… Continue reading Legislative Tracker : the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS)
ORIGINAL PUBLISHED ON EU LAW ANALYSIS (May 5,2017) by Tommaso Poli (LL.M. candidate in Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at the University of Essex, School of Law). One of the most controversial issues in immigration law is the detention of asylum-seekers. This issue was not initially addressed by the European Common Asylum System (CEAS), but… Continue reading Immigration detention and the rule of law: the ECJ’s first ruling on detaining asylum-seekers in the Dublin system
by Luigi LIMONE (*) It may be a coincidence but this year we are not only celebrating the 50th anniversary of Rene’ MAGRITTE painter’s death but also witnessing his surrealist approach spreading also in the EU Institutions and Member States legal practice. We already know already that the core of 90% of legislative interinstitutional negotiations… Continue reading EU-Afghanistan “Joint Way Forward on migration issues”: another “surrealist” EU legal text ?
(EP Study on the implementation of the 2015 Council Decisions establishing provisional measures in the area of international protection for the benefit of Italy and of Greece) THE FULL VERSION OF THE STUDY IS ACCESSIBLE HERE Abstract : This study, commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request… Continue reading Relocation of Asylum seekers in the EU
NOTA BENE : THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL RECORDING See the LIBE official page (with background documents – webstreaming) here by Luigi LIMONE (FREE Group trainee) … Continue reading Parliamentary Tracker: European and national parliaments debates on the (third) Reform of the Common European Asylum System (28-02-17)
by Emilio De Capitani Yesterday March 2nd the European Parliament has adopted a resolution (see below ) by which it has set a deadline to the Commission to adopt a delegated act which will trigger the reciprocity mechanism with the US because it still does not grant a visa waiver to all the EU citizens.… Continue reading Parliamentary Tracker : a new episode of the EU-US visa waiver saga…
by Luigi LIMONE (*) The General Court has declared today that it lacks jurisdiction to hear and determine the actions brought by three asylum seekers against the EU-Turkey statement which was concluded to resolve the EU “migration” crisis. On 18 March 2016, a statement setting out how the Member States of the EU and Turkey… Continue reading Today’s Court (non) decision on the (non) EU “deal”(?) with Turkey..
ORIGINAL PUBLISHED HERE ON 13 FÉVRIER 2017 par Henri Labayle Les polémiques entourant l’application de l’Executive Order signé le 25 janvier 2017 par Donald Trump, président des Etats Unis nouvellement élu, interdisant temporairement l’entrée aux Etats-Unis aux ressortissants de sept pays et suspendant le jeu de la protection internationale, ont quitté les colonnes médiatiques pour pénétrer les… Continue reading Terrorisme et droit des réfugiés, des liaisons dangereuses ? Libres propos sur le « Muslim Ban » et la jurisprudence Lounani de la Cour de justice
ORIGINAL PUBLISHED ON EU LAW ANALYSIS by Rachel Landry, Fellow for Refugee Policy, Center on National Security, Fordham Law School In the middle of one night in January 2016, Salam Aldeen received what had now become a routine call regarding boats in distress off of the coast of Greece. Since co-founding Team Humanity, a volunteer… Continue reading Human & humanitarian smugglers: Europe’s scapegoat in the ‘refugee crisis’