Citizenship

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What reaction was citizenship met with? Why?
A lot of resistance from Member States because the EU is moving towards federalism, and they didn't like that because they wanted sovereignty when it comes to granting citizenship
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How do the courts use citizenship?
To reinforce the fundamental freedoms
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What are the treaty provisions concerning citizenship?
Art 20 TFEU
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Which treaty introduced citizenship? Was this the first mention of it?
The Maastricht treaty, no, before the idea was being developed and discussed by the CJ and academics
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Which early cases discuss this?
Cowan, Gravier, Konstandinidis
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Why is Konstandinidis so important?
The opinion of AG Jacobs provides a clear picture of what citizenship will look like in the future
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Which was the first citizenship-type case?
Martinez Sala
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