M.N. e altri c. Belgio: qualche osservazione dissenziente

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In this commentary to the M.N. v. Belgium case, the authors criticize the three fundamental argumentson which the decision of the European Court of Human Rights is founded: the approachbased on ‘originalism’, the approach based on the Courts’ precedents, and the approach based onconsequentialism. As far as consequentialism is concerned, the authors approve the use of non strictlylegal arguments in the Court’s reasoning, convinced as they are that human rights courts,more than any other judge, are not la bouche de la loi, but hold political power. We criticize theCourt's choice to give space to only one of the (possible) political consequences of its decision,completely disregarding all the others, regardless of their importance for human rights.
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)555-574
Numero di pagine20
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2021

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