The Political Potential of the Return Directive
AbstractThis paper demonstrates how the legitimate interests of immigrants are gradually being recognized through judicial application of EU immigration law. A philosophical and theoretical introduction demonstrates how this recognition constitutes a political momentum. After a brief review of the impact of the ECtHR, we discuss the case law of the ECJEU on the Return Directive to show how, through the principles of proportionality and sincere cooperation, this legitimate interest is indirectly being calculated by the Luxembourg court. This means that national courts will have to follow suite, as is demonstrated in the last section of this paper. Hence the title of the article: the political potential is due to this indirect recognition. In the conclusion, a suggestion is made to further develop this potential. View Full-Text
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Crosby, A. The Political Potential of the Return Directive. Laws 2014, 3, 117-140.
Crosby A. The Political Potential of the Return Directive. Laws. 2014; 3(1):117-140.Chicago/Turabian Style
Crosby, Andrew. 2014. "The Political Potential of the Return Directive." Laws 3, no. 1: 117-140.