1 In international law the term freedom of movement is used as a generic term to comprise specific rights and freedoms of a person related to his or her locomotion. It covers movements of individuals within a State as well as from one State to another. While the former embrace the right of a person to move freely and to choose a place of residence according to his or her own will within the territory of a State, the latter cover the right to leave a country including his or her own and to (re-)enter the home country. However, for specific reasons it does not...
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