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Irregular Migrants: Can Humane Treatment be Balanced against Efficient Removal?

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The controversial Returns Directive has now been the subject of considerable jurisprudence of the CJEU, addressing many important issues of interpretation. This paper assesses whether the CJEU has been successful in its apparent attempts to balance humanitarian concerns with the EU legislator’s apparent objective of removing irregular migrants from the territory as quickly as possible.

Affiliations: 1: School of Law, University of EssexWivenhoe Park, Colchester co4 3sqUKstepeers@aol.com

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2015-11-24
2017-11-20

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