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Civis Europaeus Sum?: Consequences With Regard to Nationality Law and EU Citizenship Status of the Independence of a Devolved Part of an EU Member State.

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Civis Europaeus Sum?: Consequences With Regard to Nationality Law and EU Citizenship Status of the Independence of a Devolved Part of an EU Member State

Guayasen Marrero Gonzalez

Wolf Legal Publishers

2016

281 pages

$50.00

KJE5124

Gonzalez analyzes the effects of a potential independence--and subsequent State succession scenario--on European Union citizenship and related rights of nationals of the Member State concerned and involved in the independence process itself. Given the intrinsic link between citizenship of the Union and Member States' nationality, the acquisition or loss of the nationality of a Member State implies the enjoyment or loss of Union citizenship, so it is necessary to determine how nationality issue would be settled in a State succession scenario. Distributed in the US by ISBS. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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