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Towards an administration without frontiers

an analysis on the instruments and mechanisms of cooperation in the field of migration from Romanian view
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Matei, Ani; Cocosatu, Madalina

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Abstract As a consequence of Romania’s accession to the European Union, a better organization of the public administration was necessary, in order to cope with the new challenges. Thus, Romania, as a country at the external border of the Union, entered a new period which implies the efficient security of the external borders, migration control, as well as preparing and adopting the necessary measures for the elimination of the internal border controls (for the purpose of subsequently joining the Schengen space). All these considerations called for a closer cooperation between the competent authorities in the field and the reform of the system in order to meet the requirements. Romania, with regard to exercising its competencies on the population, is placed in a double position: State of origin and State of receipt. The State’s prerogative to establish the legal regime applicable to the persons under its jurisdiction, is considered exclusive and discretionary, but must take into account two important postulates: the regime of its citizens must not bring irreversible damage to the fundamental human rights, and the regime of aliens must not prejudice their interests or the interests of their States of origin.
Keywords Romania; public administration; joining the European Union; migration; steering; refugee; expulsion; extradition; immigration; control
Classification Migration, Sociology of Migration; Jurisprudence
Free Keywords control; procedure; refugees; expulsion; extradition; visa
Publication Year 2009
Page/Pages p. 403-440
Journal European Review of Public Law/ Revue Europeenne de Droit Public, 21 (2009) 1
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications