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The European Court of Justice is not an impartial court and has no role to play in post Brexit

Discussion in 'Europe & Russia' started by BMD, May 11, 2017.

  1. BMD


    Nov 20, 2012
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    The author of this report is a Dr. Gunnar Beck, Reader in Law at London University. Without breaching copyright, here is a tasty little morsel:

    "The ECJ in their deliberations employ a useful little device called 'purposive interpretations'. These are legal artifices designed to enable far ranging interpretations of ECJ judgments than text based interpretation.

    This obscure practice enables lots of 'wriggle room'. Interpretation becomes a matter of perspective and, interestingly enough, the ECJ is not bound by the principles of treaty interpretation laid down in the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties."

    This basically means that any judgement the ECJ passes on the Brexit fee will not be recognised by the UK.

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