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Dutch Courts Safeguarding Rights under the EEC-Turkey Association Law. Case Note on District Court Rotterdam Judgments of 12 August 2010, and District Court Roermond Judgment of 15 October 2010

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Two District Courts in the Netherlands found the obligation to integrate imposed on some categories of third-country nationals by the Law on Integration (Wet Inburgering), to be incompatible with the standstill and non-discrimination provisions of the EEC-Turkey Association Law. In their judgments the courts followed the guidance provided by the case-law of the Court of Justice and resolved the cases accordingly. In the current political climate, where immigration issues are hotly debated, these judgments were not welcomed by the government and the municipal authorities involved in the cases. The judgments were immediately taken to appeal to the Centrale Raad van Beroep (the Administrative High Court).

Affiliations: 1: Europa Institute, University of Leiden The Netherlands


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