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CETA — interim measures, Huber and ors v German Federal Government, represented by Federal Chancellor Dr Angela Merkel, Judgment on interim measures upon constitutional complaint and dispute between constitutional organs, ILDC 2626 (DE 2016), BVerfGE 143, 65, 2 BvR 1368/16, 2 BvR 1444/16, 2 BvR 1823/16, 2 BvR 1482/16, 2 BvE 3/16, EuR 2017, 137, EuZW 2016, 916, NVwZ 2016, 1799, NJW 2016, 3583, 13th October 2016, Germany; Constitutional Court [BVerfG]

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 07 December 2019

Whether the German Federal Constitutional Court could grant interim measures against the provisional application of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (‘CETA’).

Whether the standards for granting interim measures were more strict when the interim measures might have implications for international law or foreign policy.

Whether the provisional application of the CETA in its entirety would result in an ultra vires act by the European Union.

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