Abstract: Restrictions on movement imposed in all Member States have necessarily resulted in a restriction of free movement rights of Union citizens, albeit in an incidental manner. These restrictions are nonetheless facilitated by the relevant provisions of primary and secondary law. This is appropriate in light of the multi-level system of...
European Papers, 25.04.2020 | Posted in
The Constitutional Dimension of the European Union, Competences, Internal Market - Freedoms of Movement and Competition Law, Internal market - Economic freedoms of movement, Citizenship, EU Policies and the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, Union Policies, Economic and monetary union, Visas, asylum and immigration, The European Integration Through Human Rights, Protection of human rights in Europe, Solidarity and economic and social rights, The International Dimension of European Integration, The external action of the European Union, Security and military integration, International trade law and policy