28 October 2019
"...due to the fact that the questions in the present case were concentrated on the minimum standards of detention conditions, the Court in Dorobantu took a further step to a more detailed explanation of what factors are important for this assessment. Particularly, the issue of personal space and how to calculate it (sanitary facilities, furniture), where the Court aligned again with the ECtHR, to overcome the lack of minimum standards as regards the interpretation of Article 4 of the Charter."
EU: European Arrest Warrant: Case C-128/18 Dorobantu – the Aftermath of Aranyosi and Caldararu (European Law Blog, link)
Judgment: Case C-128/18 (pdf)
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