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EU's top court rules to maintain Hamas on EU's terror list

27 July 2017, 04:38 | Floyd Cook

Top EU court decides Hamas to remain on terror group list

Top EU Court Overrules Lower Court, Keeping Hamas on Terrorism Blacklist

Earlier on Wednesday, the European Court of Justice's Advocate General Yves Bot rejected the procedural arguments presented by Bratislava and Budapest that obligatory quotas were unlawful.

The judgment is a legal ruling of the European Court of Justice on the procedure used for listing the LTTE, it said.

"The agreement itself has been confirmed even if some have tried to interpret the ECJ's [EU court's] decision differently", he said, adding "the protection of the data of all citizens is less important than the protection of the individual". "The burden of proof is upon the European Union, and we expect them to immediately put Hamas back on the list, as anyone understand that it is an inseparable part of it", he said at the time. It included collecting names, travel dates, itineraries, ticket and contact details as well as information on travel agents.

After a series of delays and setbacks, MEPs today (14 April) adopted the controversial European air passenger data directive, though even its supporters accept it is no silver bullet for the EU's fight against terrorism.

The court found: "The provisions of the agreement on the transfer of sensitive data to Canada and on the processing and retention of that data are incompatible with fundamental rights".


EU institutions systematically review their practices following rulings of the European Court of Justice.

He said other countries worldwide would "also like to have agreements for PNR with us" later down the line.

The appeal was carried as evidence from the United States and United Kingdom had supported the original decision.

The European Parliament wants the European Commission to "Trump-proof" the Privacy Shield data sharing agreement between the EU and the United States after the new U.S. administration threatened to roll back some privacy safeguards.



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