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Portugal, Southern Central Administrative Court, Decision of 19th September 2017

Deciding court: Central Administrative Court
Topic: Rule of law, non discrimination and equality before the law
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): This is the court's decision that culminates in a preliminary ruling for the CJEU. After the decision of the CJEU, there was a new decision by the national court.
ECtHR jurisprudence: Not applicable.
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Portugal, Central Administrative Court, Decision of 29th April 2010

Deciding court: Central Administrative Court
Topic: Rule of law, right to fair trial, access to justice 
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): Not applicable 
ECtHR jurisprudence: The decision makes reference, in general terms, to the ECHR's case-law, not mentioning any particular case.
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Portugal, Évora Court of Appeal, Decision of 8th June 2017

Deciding court: Évora Court of Appeal
Topic: Rule of Law, access to justice 
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): Not applicable 
ECtHR jurisprudence: Not applicable 
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Portugal, Lisbon Court of Appeal, Decision of 6th October 2016

Deciding court: Lisbon Court of Appeal
Topic: Rule of Law, prohibition of arbitrariness 
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): Not applicable 
ECtHR jurisprudence: Not applicable 
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French Court of Cassation, First Civil Chamber, Société Pirelli & C. v. Société Licensing Projects, no. 11-27770, 28 March 2013

Deciding court: French Court of Cassation, First Civil Chamber
Topic: Rule of law – the right to a fair trial/access to justice
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): The judgment of the Versailles Court of Appeal
ECtHR jurisprudence: N/A
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Slovenia, Administrative Court, I U 1490/2019-92, ordinary, 22 June 2020, ECLI:SI:UPRS:2020:I.U.1490.2019.92

Deciding court: Administrative Court of Republic of Slovenia
Topic: Rule of law: Principle of legality (in particular, law making powers of the executive/law making procedures) Prevention of abuse of powers Prohibition of arbitrariness Fair Trial/Access to Justice   Trust: Rule of law challenges affecting cooperation and mutual trust under the Return Directive 
National Follow Up Of (when relevant):
ECtHR jurisprudence: M.S. S. v Belgium and Greece, app. no. 30696/09, 21 January 2011 Hirsi Jamaa v Italy, app. no. 27765/09, 23 February 2012  Ilias and Ahmed v. Hungary, app. no. 47287/15, 21 November 2019 Čonka v. Belgium, app. no. 51564/99, 5 February 2002 M. A. v. Cyprus, app. no. 41872/10, 23 July 2013 M. A. and Others v. Lithuania, app. no.  59793/17, 11 December 2018 N.D. and N. T., app. nos. 8675/15 and 8697/15, 13 February 2020 Shioshvili and Others v. Russia, app. no. 19356/07, 20 December 2016 Sharifi and Others v. Italy and Greece, app. no. 16643/09, 21 October 2014 Khlaifia and Others v. Italy, app. no. 16483/12, 15 December 2016.
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Slovenia, Constitutional Court, U-I-59/17-27, constitutional, 18 September 2019, ECLI:SI:USRS:2019:U.I.59.17

Deciding court: The Constitutional Court of Republic of Slovenia
Topic: Rule of law: Principle of legality (in particular, law making powers of the executive/law making procedures) Prevention of abuse of powers Prohibition of arbitrariness Fair Trial/Access to Justice Trust: - Mutual trust in Dublin Procedures (safe-third country concept)
National Follow Up Of (when relevant):
ECtHR jurisprudence: Vilvarajah and others v the United Kingdom of 30 October 1991 Chahal v the United Kingdom of  of 15 November 1996 Soering v the United Kingdom of  7 July 1989, M.S. S. v Belgium and Greece of 21 January 2011,  J.K. and others v Sweden of 23 August 2016 Ilias and Ahmed v Hungary of 14 March 2017 Jabari v Turkey Turčiji of 11 July 2000 Bahaddar v the Netherlands of 19 February 1998 Salah Sheekh v the Netherlands of 11 January 2007 Amuur v France of 25 June 1996 Selmouni v France of 28 July 1999 Gäfgen v Germany of 1 June 2010 Bouyid v Belgium of 28 September 2015 Khlaifia and Others v Italy of 15 December 2016
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Slovenia, Constitutional Court, U-I-246/19-11, constitutional, 24 October 2019, ECLI:SI:USRS:2021:U.I.246.19; Constitutional Court, U-I-214/19-17, Up-1011/19-52, constitutional, 8 July 2021, ECLI:SI:USRS:2021:U.I.214.19

Deciding court: Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia
Topic: Accountability Independence (interference by the legislative branch),  Rule of law (prevention of abuse of powers) 
National Follow Up Of (when relevant):
ECtHR jurisprudence: Venice Commission Study no. 759/2014 of 25 March 2014: Amicus Curiae Brief in the case of Rywin v. Poland, paras. 6, 17, 31.  Kövesi v. Romania, 5 May 2020
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Portugal, European Court of Human Rigts, Decision of 14th February 2017

Deciding court: European Court of Human Rights 
Topic: Rule of Law – reasonable time requirement 
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): Not applicable.  
ECtHR jurisprudence: Van der Leer v. the Netherlands, 21 February 1990, Series A no. 170-A Musiał v. Poland [GC], no. 24557/94, ECHR 1999-II  Rehbock v. Slovenia, no. 29462/95, ECHR 2000-XII Kadem v. Malta, no. 55263/00, 9 January 2003 Mamedova v. Russia, no. 7064/05, 1 June 2006 Shakurov, v. Russia, no. 55822/10, 5 June 2012.
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Slovenia, Constitutional Court, Up-709/15-29, Up-710/15-34, constitutional, 9 October 2019, ECLI:SI:USRS:2019:Up.709.15

Deciding court: Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia
Topic: Accountability (individual judges’ liability), impartiality (corruption), rule of law (fight against serious crime)
National Follow Up Of (when relevant):
ECtHR jurisprudence: Figueiredo Teixeira v. Andorra, app. no. 72384/14, 8 November 2016 Ben Faiza v. France, app. no. 31446/12, 8 February 2018 Benedik v. Slovenia, app. no. 62357/14, 24 April 2018
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