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Bosnia and Herzegovina: The 'Sejdić-Finci' case

12-06-2015

Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) was identified as a potential candidate for EU membership in 2003. In order to join the EU, BiH has to meet the EU's human-rights criteria, among others. To this end, the execution of the Sejdić-Finci judgment of the European Court of Human Rights is a key prerequisite as it promotes equal political rights for all BiH citizens. Its implementation would not mean automatic accession to the EU, but would be a significant step in that direction. Since the judgment's delivery ...

Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) was identified as a potential candidate for EU membership in 2003. In order to join the EU, BiH has to meet the EU's human-rights criteria, among others. To this end, the execution of the Sejdić-Finci judgment of the European Court of Human Rights is a key prerequisite as it promotes equal political rights for all BiH citizens. Its implementation would not mean automatic accession to the EU, but would be a significant step in that direction. Since the judgment's delivery in 2009, however, little has been done to address this complex issue.

Franchise and Electoral Participation of Third Country Citizens Residing in the European Union and of EU Citizens Residing in Third Countries

15-05-2013

This Study analyses some key trans-border situations in which citizens may find difficulties in exercising their electoral rights – both to vote in elections, and to stand as candidates. It focuses on the electoral rights of EU citizens when resident outside the state where they are citizens, and on the electoral rights of third country citizens resident in the EU Member States. It also covers several complementary issues by examining the consular representation of EU citizens outside the territory ...

This Study analyses some key trans-border situations in which citizens may find difficulties in exercising their electoral rights – both to vote in elections, and to stand as candidates. It focuses on the electoral rights of EU citizens when resident outside the state where they are citizens, and on the electoral rights of third country citizens resident in the EU Member States. It also covers several complementary issues by examining the consular representation of EU citizens outside the territory of the Union, and also the restrictions placed by the Member States on the access of non-citizens to high public office.

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Jean-Thomas Arrighi, Rainer Bauböck, Michael Collyer, Derek Hutcheson, Madalina Moraru, Lamin Khadar and Jo Shaw

National Provisions Concerning Ineligibility and IncompatibilitywWith Regard to the European Parliament

01-02-1997

This study is primarily based on information supplied between July and December 1996 by the appropriate departments of the national parliaments, and presents an overview of national provisions concerning ineligibility and incompatibility with regard to elections to and membership of the European Parliament. The first part concerns ineligibilities arising either from the holding of certain posts or carrying out of certain activities or from an individual criminal law or civil law decision. The second ...

This study is primarily based on information supplied between July and December 1996 by the appropriate departments of the national parliaments, and presents an overview of national provisions concerning ineligibility and incompatibility with regard to elections to and membership of the European Parliament. The first part concerns ineligibilities arising either from the holding of certain posts or carrying out of certain activities or from an individual criminal law or civil law decision. The second part concerns incompatibilities with membership of the EP laid down in national legislation, relating both to membership of a national parliament and to other posts or activites. The third part deals with provisions of national legislation concerning measures to be taken when an incompatibility or ineligibility arises during a term of office.

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