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The prevention of infiltration (amendment no. 4) bill: a malevolent response to the Israeli Supreme Court judgment

Ziegler, R. (2013) The prevention of infiltration (amendment no. 4) bill: a malevolent response to the Israeli Supreme Court judgment. European Society of International Law Migration & Refugee Law Interest Group Blog.

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Abstract/Summary

The blog-post critically analyses the (at the time proposed) Prevention of Infiltration bill (Amendment no. 4), following the quashing by the Israeli Supreme Court of Amendment no. 3 (in HCJ 7146/12 Adam v. the Knesset et al). It is contended that the legislation is more draconian than its quashed predecessor considering (a) the virtual halt in new entrants (b) the explicit recognition of the non-deportability of prospective detainees (c) the pretence of referring to the detention centre as ‘open’ (d) the absence of judicial oversight.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Law
ID Code:38068

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