The Dublin II Regulation requires the state of first entry into the EU to collect requests but a judgment that clearly refers to Athens, establishes that an applicant cannot be put in another member state if there is risk “of suffering inhuman or degrading treatment”

The European Court of Justice grooms Greece on the treatment of asylum seekers

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The Dublin II Regulation requires the state of first entry into the EU to collect requests but a judgment that clearly refers to Athens, establishes that an applicant cannot be put in another member state if there is risk “of suffering inhuman or degrading treatment”

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