BREXIT, IRELAND AND THE GOOD FRIDAY AGREEMENT – 22 NOVEMBER

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BREXIT, IRELAND AND THE GOOD FRIDAY AGREEMENT - 22 NOVEMBER
22 Nov 2017

BREXIT, IRELAND AND THE GOOD FRIDAY AGREEMENT – 22 NOVEMBER

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Brexit and Ireland –Legal, political and economic consideration

This study, commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the AFCO Committee, describes the legal, political and economic relations of the two parts of Ireland and the United Kingdom, and possible arrangements for dealing with “Brexit”. The paper discusses several specific issues, in particular the Common Travel Area between Ireland and the United Kingdom, the consequences of an “invisible” border between the two parts of Ireland, and trade in agricultural products.  Read the Study in full

 

UK Withdrawal (‘Brexit’) and the Good Friday Agreement

Upon request by the AFCO Committee, the Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs commissioned this study on UK withdrawal and the Good Friday Agreement (the ‘Agreement’). It provides an overview of the Agreement and an assessment of the potential challenges posed to its implementation by ‘Brexit’. In particular, it examines ways in which – through differentiation and ‘flexible and imaginative solutions’ – the Agreement can be upheld and the context for its effective implementation maintained.   Read the Study in full here

 

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