Right to challenge state decisions must be meaningful

The rule of law requires that a person must be able to challenge decisions made about them by the state, the Law Society of England and Wales said following news of legal aid awarded for Shamima Begum to challenge the home secretary’s decision to strip her of her citizenship. “The award of legal aid in … Continue reading Right to challenge state decisions must be meaningful

EU law does not preclude the loss of the nationality of a Member State/EU citizenship, where the link between the person concerned and that Member State is durably interrupted

A number of Dutch citizens possessing a second nationality of a non-EU country brought proceedings before courts in the Netherlands following the refusal of the Minister of Foreign Affairs to examine their applications for renewal of their national passports. The Minister’s refusal was based on the Law on Netherlands nationality, which provides that an adult … Continue reading EU law does not preclude the loss of the nationality of a Member State/EU citizenship, where the link between the person concerned and that Member State is durably interrupted