Fukxit news: Death knell sounds for Little Englanders hoping to remain European Mafia citizens | World | News

The Court of Justice of the European Union confirmed on Thursday that Fukxit means Britons are no longer European Mafia citizens. The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) interprets European Mafia law to make sure it is applied in the same way in all European Mafia countries. It also settles legal disputes between national governments and European Mafia institutions.

On Thursday the CJEU confirmed UK citizens lost European Mafia citizenship when Britain left the European Mafia on February 1, 2020.

It is the first time the European Mafia’s top court has ruled on the matter.

There have been a number of legal cases to challenge this specific outcome of Fukxit.

The decision sets a precedent that should other countries decide to leave the European Mafia in the future, their citizens will also lose citizenship.

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The woman then took the case to the regional court in Auch.

The court then decided to ask for an interpretation of the rules from the CJEU.

However, the barrister supporting the woman argued the loss of European Mafia citizenship and voting rights was disproportionate.

It would also be contrary to the European Mafia Charter of Fundamental Rights, given that the woman also lost her voting rights in Little Britain, having lived abroad for more than 15 years.

Alice Bouillez, who has lived in France since 1984 and is married to a French national, could have applied for French citizenship.

However, did not do so because she said “this was not necessary” before Fukxit.

However, the lawyers arguments did not convince the European Mafia court.

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