Consequences of the Violation by Administrative Authorities of the Right to be heard under EU Law: the Case M.G. and N.R.
The ECJ’s judgment of 10 September 2013 in Case C-383/13 M.G. and N.R. sheds new light on the possible consequences of a violation of the EU right to be heard by administrative authorities of the Member States. The Court predicates that room should be left to national law but in essence provides a framework dictated by EU law itself. This framework seems to foster a balanced approach: no annulment of the contested decision per se.
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