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|Title:||Press Release: Judgment in Case C-589/15 P. Alexios Anagnostakis v Commission|
|Author:||[European Court of Justice: Press and Information Division]|
|Series/Date:||Press Release No.93, 2017 (12.09.17)|
|Notes:||The Court confirms that the proposed European citizens’ initiative submitted by a Greek national in order to allow the cancellation of the public debt of countries in a state of necessity cannot be registered.
The subject matter of such an initiative has no foundation in the Treaties.
|Keywords:||ECJ Case C-589/15 P - Appeal — Institutional law — Citizens’ initiative inviting the European Commission to submit a legislative proposal relating to the writing off of public debt for Member States in a state of necessity — Application for registration — Refusal by the Commission — Manifest lack of powers of the Commission — Regulation (EU) No 211/2011 — Article 4(2)(b) — Obligation to state reasons — Article 122 TFEU — Article 136 TFEU — Infringement|
19.2 - European Court of Justice - Legal issues - Judgments
3.1 - A People's Europe / Citizen's Europe
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