Let the letters in the title of the judgment not fool anyone as to the anonymity of the parties involved: the facts that can be gleaned from this and the relevant Austrian judgments (the Kazakhstani plaintiff was alleged to have kidnapped other Kazakhs and lived at various junctures in Austria and Malta) should provide enough information for anyone with rudimentary skills in operating search engines to unearth the sensational beginning and unexpected ending of the protagonist. Such details, unfortunately, belong in a blockbuster movie rather than an academic case note.
Constitutional law, European Union
Public Interest Law, Community and Social Justice
Common Market Law Review
F.B. Rothman & Co.
DE VISSER, Maartje.
Juggling Centralized Constitutional Review and EU Primacy in the Domestic Enforcement of the Charter: A. v. B.. (2015). Common Market Law Review. 52, (5), 1309-1337. Research Collection School Of Law.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sol_research/1533
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