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20/09/2012

Opinion in case C-394/11 - Valeri Hariev Belov v ChEZ Elektro Balgaria AD and ChEZ Raspredelenie Balgaria AD

References for a preliminary ruling from the Komisia za zashtita ot diskriminatsia, Bulgaria


Admissibility of the reference for a preliminary ruling – ‘Court or tribunal of a Member State’ within the meaning of Article 267 TFEU – Directive 2000/43/EC – Principle of equal treatment of persons irrespective of racial or ethnic origin – Indirect discrimination – Districts inhabited primarily by people belonging to the Roma community – Placing of electricity meters at a height inaccessible for consumers – Justification – Combatting fraud and abuse – Directives 2006/32/EC and 2009/72/EC – Possibility for each consumer to read individual electricity consumption

author(s): Court of Justice of the EU / Advocate General Kokott
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