The Right to Know in the European Union: Comparative Study on Access to Classified Data in National Security Related Immigration Cases.

The Right to Know in the European Union: Comparative Study on Access to Classified Data in National Security Related Immigration Cases.

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This comparative study was written by Katalin Juhász, legal officer of the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, with the professional contribution of Gruša Matevžič, senior legal officer of the Hungarian Helsinki Committee. This study was written based on the national research conducted by the national experts of respective European Union Member States within the framework of The Right to Know 2 project. The Hungarian Helsinki Committee and the author of this study cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the content provided by the national experts.
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