The Right to Know in the European Union: Comparative Study on Access to Classified Data in National Security Related Immigration Cases

The Right to Know in the European Union

The study gives a comparative analysis of the laws and practices of  EU Member States concerning their compliance with the standards laid out by the ECtHR and CJEU jurisprudence on invoking national security grounds in immigration cases, as well as the scope and effectiveness of the remedy provided against administrative decisions in such cases.

This study was written by Katalin Juhász, legal officer of the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, in the framework of ‘The Right to Know 2’ project funded by the European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM) with the collaboration of Valeria Ilareva and Boyanka Hristeva from FAR regarding Bulgaria.