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The Greek Austerity Measures: Remedies Under International Law

— George Katrougalos, Professor of Public Law, Demokritus University, Greece (gkatr@otenet.gr) In a prior post, I argued that the Greek austerity measures violated various provisions of the Greek Constitution, as well as treaty commitments and other instruments embodied in international law. In this post I consider a related question: What are the legal remedies that

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Published on January 30, 2013
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The Greek Austerity Measures: Violations of Socio-Economic Rights

—George Katrougalos, Professor of Public Law, Demokritus University, Greece (gkatr@otenet.gr) Recently, the European Committee of Social Rights (the supervisory body of the European Social Charter) delivered two decisions on collective complaints, condemning Greece for violation of articles 10 and 12 of the Charter because of its austerity legislation enacted in 2010. (The Committee has also

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Published on January 29, 2013
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