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Renata Spagnuolo Vigorita
Public Enemy. The Effectiveness Of Administrativr Judicial Protection
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The essay is aimed at ascertaining whether judicial protection of aliens
who are considered potentially dangerous has been weakened by the use
of emergency and derogatory laws concerning anti-terrorism measures.
To which extent is it possible that both procedural and substantial
guarantees are limited for the sake of collective interest in the case of
global security? More accurate basis for decision affecting rights at stake
have been recently met by the Italian Courts: facts and predictions about
risks must be put under strict scrutinity to ensure the exercise of a judicial
review inspired by the principle of the effectiveness and fullness of
administrative judicial protection.

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