EU court moved to drop LTTE from terrorist list

EU court moved to drop LTTE from terrorist list   A top EU lawyer on Thursday argued that Sri Lanka's terrorist group Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) should be removed from the European Union's list of terrorist organizations because procedural mistakes invalidated the decision to include them in the list. The European Union imposed travel bans and asset freezes against the LTTE under 2001 rules. The group subsequently contested being kept on the terror list. The General Court of the European Union, on 16th October 2014, on procedural grounds annulled the European Council measures maintaining the LTTE on the black list but allowed measures to keep their assets frozen. The European Court of Justice said a decision by the European Council to place the LTTE on a list of ...
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