In its recent judgment Commission v. France (C-416/17), the CJEU indicates that it is ready to do whatever it takes to preserve the integrity of EU law – a strong for European judicial dialogue in times of worrying judicial developments across the EU.
In this blog the author sheds light on several practical consequences for the asylum procedure as a result of the conclusion of the EU-Turkey agreement encountered while working as a legal volunteer on the island of Leros, Greece.
Subsidiary protection status may only be granted if authorities in the country of origin intentionally deprive an applicant of appropriate medical treatment, e.g. not providing rehabilitation or preventing access to treatment in a discriminatory manner.
Under the recast EURODAC Regulation it is proposed to lower the minimum age of data subjects from to 14 to 6 years of age. This raises issues of compatibility with the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.