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Conclusion: The State Of The Union Of Cyprus With The Eu

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The socio-legal analysis of the European integration of Cyprus leads to the consideration that a 'solution' based on market integration is possible before a settlement of the division of the island. In the re-regulatory regime of integration applicable to the Turkish Cypriot community beyond the 'solution' based on market regulation promoted by Protocol 10 and pending a settlement, the 'entrepreneurship' component of the community could be considered as a 'sub-State actor' in a modern pluralist Cypriot State. In view of the European Court of Justice (ECJ)'s willingness to follow the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR)'s case law on Article 8 ECHR as the 'central source of European Union (EU) human rights standards' applied in its review of substantive EC immigration law, special attention should be paid to the ECtHR's case law in this matter.

Keywords: Cyprus; European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR); European Union (EU); market integration; regulatory regime; Turkish Cypriot community

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