Notes & Comments (08/06/2010) - The Courts’ role in the control of measures against international terrorism: heading towards a jurisprudential dialogue?
Title: The Courts’ role in the control of measures against international terrorism: heading towards a jurisprudential dialogue?
Subject: The Author analyzes the decisions of the Supreme Courts of several Countries, who have adopted anti-terrorism measures – Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Israel, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the USA –, highlighting important points of convergence.
The updated text is going to be published in n.4/10 of the review “Politica del diritto”
Original language: Italian
Classification: Dignity - Art. 4 Torture - Degrading treatments - Freedoms - Art. 6 Personal liberty - Personal security - Art. 8 Personal data: fairly processing - Personal data: consent - Personal data: access - Personal data: rectification - Personal data: independent authority - Justice - Art. 47 Justice: remedy - Fair trial, public hearing - Art. 48 Presumption of innocence - Rights of defence