The fundamental Human Rights as European LawPrinciples: their development through the ECHR principles and theConstitutional traditions conmmon to the Member States

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Abstract

The need to reinforce the fundamental human rights of EU citizens and of people living in the European Union became a key goal linked to the need to create a European area of freedom, security and justice, one European Union's internal borders were gradually abolished. Respecting fundamental rights while ensuring security and justice in the European Union became two intrinsically linked tasks of European integration in the years to come. Actually two sides of the same coin. Look, for example, the immigration policy. The latest developments have even led to the creation of a Fundamental Rights Agency.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHuman Rights and taxation in Europe and the world
Pages199-210
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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