Statewatch article: RefNo# 32280
Statewatch analysis: “If at first you don’t succeed”… European Commission proposes new rules on interception and disembarkation during Frontex sea operations by Marie Martin
Statewatch News Online, April 2013
On 12 April 2013, the European Commission submitted a draft regulation establishing rules for sea border surveillance in the context of operations coordinated by Frontex. This proposal follows an ECJ (Court of Justice of the European Union) ruling in September 2012 which annulled the earlier Decision 2010/252 on the same matter after the European Parliament challenged the validity of the procedure adopted to pass the Decision.

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