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Paying Lip Service to the CJEU: The Unsurprising Decision of the Constitutional Court of Romania in the Coman Case

By on 29th July 2018

On June 5, the Court of Justice of the European Union (‘CJEU’) held in Coman and Others that Member States should grant a right of residence to same-sex spouses of EU citizens when these exercise their right to freedom of movement (more on this judgement and its limitations here and here ). The CJEU judgement […]

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Special topic on the Romanian Constitution at 25 in the ICL Journal

By on 23rd December 2017

The Romanian Constitution turned 25 last year. The Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law (‘ICL Journal’) has published in its last two issues four articles critically examining the Romanian Constitution since its adoption in 1991 until its quarter-century anniversary (see issues 3/2017 and 4/2017). The Romanian Constitution is probably one of the least researched constitutions […]

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