Q2. this is a fictitious scenario On the completion of his agricultural degree, Mesut, a German national, was unsure about his future career so decided to travel across Europe. After visiting a few counties, he secured a job in a bar in Barcelona. there he met his partner Patrice who is from Senegal and they begin living together shortly after meeting. Last week, Mesut was offered a job working ten hours per week at an organic farm on the outskirts of Barcelona. This paid the minimum wage, there is a chance that the job will lead to more opportunities in the future. As a result he accepts the offer. Although the organic is a public bus ride away, Mesut has heard that low-wage worker are granted free bus passes by the Spanish government, so he applies for a pass. s application for the bus pass by the Spanish government is refused on the basis that he is neither a worker nor a Spanish national. a) Has the Spanish government breached EU law in their refusal to grant a free bus pass to Mesut? After a couple of years, Mesut want braoden his experience further. He is offered a research job at an organic vineyard in Italy. He and Patrice are very excited to have the chance to move to Italy. b) Does Patrice have any rights of entry and residence under EU law in Italy? In Italy, Mesut becomes a leading member of EXPIRAR, a climate change group advocating direct action against the state. The Italian authorities have informed Mesut that they plan to deport him as he is member of this group. c)Would the Italian authorities be breaching EU law if they deport Mesut using the reason that they have provided? (40 marks) Knowledge and understanding: 1) explain and evaluate the CJEU′s development of the concept of EU citizenship 2)explain an ally EU rules on free movement of EU citizens and workers and their families within the EU Skills: 1) organise and structure a reasoned, coherent argument supported by re0levant authorities 2) organise a structured response to a problem question to reach an appropriate conclusion 3) demonstrate appropriate communication skills 4) demonstrate an ability to research relevant sources, showing digital literacy. This should be written in standard English and in prose You should not wrote in the first person or second person (e.g. ′I′, ′we′, ′my′, ′you′, or ′your′). Instead, you should use phrases such as ′A person is…′or ′This answer will….′. Q2 This is a problem question that concerns the rules on free movement of EU citizens and worker and their families, and the rights of EU citizens and workers and there families within the EU. Knowledge of primary and secondary sources of EU law as well as the decisions made by the CJEU must be applied. As this is a problem question the is expected to be used.
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