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FR:Council of State rules on access to hearing recording

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France, Council of State [Conseil d'État], De Rossi Radriamanpianina v CNDA (National Court of Asylum) [Cour Nationale du Droit d'Asile], N° 423478, ECLI:FR:CECHR:2019:423478.20191016, 16 October 2019. Link redirects to the English summary in the EUAA Case Law Database.
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The Council of State specified the conditions under which the recording of the applicant's interview should be requested by applicant and submitted to CNDA

According to article L. 723-7, the access to the registration of the interview can be obtained from the office or, in the event of an appeal, from the CNDA. The Council of State considers by this decision that it is logical for the applicant to request access to this recording first from the OFPRA, in order to support his appeal.

It appears from the documents in the file submitted to the asylum judge that the appellant did not contest, within the appeal period, the transcript which was made of his interview.

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FR: Council of State [Conseil d'État]
Case Number
N° 423478
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Effective remedy
Personal Interview/ Oral hearing
Second Instance determination