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    Veronique Cimina

    Veronique is a recently Master’s graduate in EU Law at Leiden University, Netherlands, with a thesis in Competition Law and specific research on EU migration law and its current crisis. Veronique obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and International Relations from Università degli Studi Roma Tre in Rome, with a thesis on the Responsibility to Protect and its failure to be truly effective in humanitarian crisis. Currently, she is a legal assistant in national Tax and Compliance law in Rome. She is interested in European law and governance, politics and international relations. In her free time, she enjoys travelling, reading, and listening to music.

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  • EU citizenship for sale!

    EU citizenship for sale!5

    One of the fundamental values of the European Union is democracy: is it democratic for some Member States not to grant citizenship to foreigners’ children, born and raised in their own same country, while others sell citizenship in exchange of money and investments?

  • The 500 Euro banknote nightmare

    The 500 Euro banknote nightmare5

    On May 4th 2016, the European Central Bank has decided to permanently end the production of the €500 banknote by the end of 2018. On the other hand, the circulating €500 banknotes will still remain legal tender and retain their value even after 2018. What’s behind such decision and what are the consequences for the European citizens? Is it feasible for us to have a €500 banknote in our wallet and exchange it within the European Monetary Union? Well, it might depend…


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