||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 345 (Nov)
||Court of Justice of the European Union (First Chamber)
Judges Tizzano (President-Rapporteur), Borg Barthet, Ilesic, Levits and Kasel
||6 November 2012
European Union - Equal treatment in employment and occupation - Discrimination on grounds of age - Hungary having legislative provisions requiring compulsory retirement of judges, prosecutors and notaries at age 62 - Whether Hungary, failing to fulfil obligations by adopting such legislation - Council Directive (EC) 2000/78, arts 2(1), (2).
European Union Equal treatment in employment and occupation. The Court of Justice of the European Union granted the declaration sought by the European Commission that by adopting a national scheme requiring compulsory retirement of judges, prosecutors and notaries when they reached the age of 62, Hungary had failed to fulfil its obligations under arts 2 and 6(1) of Council Directive (EC) 2000-78 (establishing a general framework for equal treatment in employment and occupation).
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