The Concept of ‘Mass Influx of Displaced Persons’ in the European Directive Establishing the Temporary Protection System

In: European Journal of Migration and Law
Author: Nuria Arenas
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European Journal of Migration and Law 7 : 435–450, 2005. © 2005 Koninklijke Brill NV . Printed in the Netherlands. 435 * PhD Researcher and Lecturer in International Law, University of Huelva (Spain). 1 The 1956 Hungarian displacements or the Czech displacements of 1968 were the first examples, although it was the Southeast Asia exile that played the most important role in the development of the norm of temporary refuge (see EXCOM 15, XXX, 1979). During the eighties, Professors Hartman and Perluss upheld its customary law character: J.F. Hartman, D. Perluss, “Temporary refuge: Emergence of a customary norm”, Virginia Journal

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