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Case Report on C-411/10, N.S. and C-493/10, M.E. and Others, 21 December 2011

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Abstract The European Court of Justice clarified through this judgment the way in which the overloading of a Member States’ asylum system affects the EU arrangements for determining the Member State responsible for asylum applications lodged in the EU and thereby drastically reduced the possibility granted to Member States to transfer asylum applicants. The Member States now have an obligation to verify that no serious risk of violation of the Charter rights of the applicant exits in the receiving country before being allowed to transfer the person. The practical consequences of this ruling are still uncertain but further cooperation between Member States should be able to enhance the level of protection of human rights within the Common European Asylum System.

Affiliations: 1: Institut d’Études Juridiques Européennes (IEJE), University of Liège Boulevard du Rectorat 3, Bat. B33/Bte 9, B-4000 Liège Belgium


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