The Resource Are there reasons to convert reverse discrimination into a prohibited measure?

Are there reasons to convert reverse discrimination into a prohibited measure?

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Are there reasons to convert reverse discrimination into a prohibited measure?
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Are there reasons to convert reverse discrimination into a prohibited measure?
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Summary
The article analyses whether reverse dicrimination should continue to be allowed under European Law as it currently is, or whether there are legal and jurisprudential reasons to reconsider the existence of reverse discrimination inside the Community. The analysis is based mainly on (1) European Court of Justice case law; (2) citizenship of the Union as established in articles 17 and 18 of the EC Treaty; and (3) the principle of equality stated in the Human Rights. An interpretation of the provisions of illegal state aid and the approach taken by the Court when analysing cases of indirect discrimination are also made in order to argue the incompatibility of reverse discrimination with the full neutrality that should exist in the European Community
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In: EC tax review. - Alphen aan den Rijn. - Vol. 18 (2009),
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Garcia, D
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  • European Union
  • Europe
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English
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  • ECJ case law
  • discrimination
  • human rights
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Are there reasons to convert reverse discrimination into a prohibited measure?
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Are there reasons to convert reverse discrimination into a prohibited measure?
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