EU voting register laws

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Dear Court of Justice of the European Union,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:
1) The legal requirement to register for EU voting in Ireland.

2)The legal requirement of Ireland to protect the legal data and registering of EU voters

3) The legal requirement of Irish government to protect abuse of EU Voting registration data of EU citizens

4) The document that show's the exception laws and rules the Irelands can over rule in regards to the registration of EU Voters
5) the Irish voting act that allows public bodies to register EU voter without their consent

Kind Regards
Madeline O'Brien MSc.
[email address]

Yours faithfully,

Madeline O'Brien

Registry ECJ, Court of Justice of the European Union

Dear Madam,


We have received your request regarding access to certain documents.


The Registry of the Court of Justice of the European Union needs to point
out that the Court does not, as a matter of principle, systematically
receive and hold the requested documents. We are therefore not in the
position to communicate them to you.


As far as access to documents held by the Court is concerned, we would
like to draw your attention, first, to the fact that access to documents
held by the Court of Justice in the exercise of its administrative
functions is subject to the Decision of 26 November 2019 of the Court,
which you can find together with all the relevant information on the
internet ([1]


Second, as regards access to documents held by the Cour in the exercise of
its judicial function, do note that the Court does not fall under the
institutions covered by Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 when it exercises
judicial functions. In addition, we need to point out that it is the
practice of the Court to treat procedural documents as confidential. The
court therefore does not allow access to procedural documents in pending
or closed cases to persons who are not a party to the case concerned.

Procedural documents may only become accessible 30 years after the case
has been closed, provided that the conditions laid down in the rules on
the Historical Archives of the European Union are met, and without
prejudice to an individual assessment of each request. For further
information, please refer to our website:


Under these circumstances, the we regret to inform you that the Court is
unable to accede to your request.


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Dear Registry ECJ,

Thank for your kind reply.
I am grateful for the time and reply to my request
I now understand that you are not the correct agency and i thank you for taking the time to access my request.

This falls more in line with EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

Yours sincerely,
Go raibh maith agat
Madeline O'Brien MSc.