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|Title:||The politicization of human rights in the universal pandemic 2020: The relationship between the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the international tax law|
|Citation:||Campina, A., & Rodrigues, C. (2021). The politicization of human rights in the universal pandemic 2020: The relationship between the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the international tax law. Juridical Tribune, 11(1), 52-71. Disponível no Repositório UPT, http://hdl.handle.net/11328/3404|
|Abstract:||The Pandemic 2020, unexpected, affected the Human Rights politicization in Europe within different dimensions. The undoubtable relevance to the minimum existential, more than the discourse, the main legal instruments, avoiding the negative politicization disruption. This research was based on the Education and the Protection of Property. So, the main question supported this study was in the global pandemic moment, considering its broad implications in the social, economic and political domain, came to call into question the right to universal education, and tend to be free, due to the lack of financial resources from the Social State? We propose to debate connects with the need for tax collection to meet the expenses of the Social State, namely for the Education expenses and whether the economic limitation caused by the current pandemic in the face of the GDP sharp decline, has been associated with a large decrease in the collection of tax revenues. In order to achieve the conclusions proposed, in addition to evidently study the various generations of Human Rights, the politicization, we have to study the different instruments of international tax law and the action of the European Court of Human Rights for its effectiveness.|
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