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The rules of international law and primary Community law suggest that the legal position of third country nationals could only be adversely affected by Community law on asylum for several reasons. To begin with, Community law requires effective remedy for infringement on Community rights. Moreover, the Court of Justice reviews compliance by Community institutions as well as Member States with Community law - including compliance with the obligation to act in accordance with international asylum law. The objectives of legislation on international protection as defined in Article 61, reinforcing the freedom of movement by reducing secondary movements of third country nationals, and the safeguarding of their human rights, both allow for a high level of harmonisation. The Common European Asylum System establishes four statuses: refugee status, subsidiary protection, applicant and temporary protection status. The European asylum law contributes to the protection of persons within the scope of international asylum law.

Keywords: common european asylum system; community law; European asylum law; international asylum law; temporary protection status



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