Legislating for Migration: The Anomalous Case of the Palestinian Authority (2006)

Migration law covers the regulation of entry, residence and settlement, border-crossing and end of stay together with sanctions for the transgression of such rules, and at the same time the protection of migrants through the legal regulation of their rights, often proclaimed on the international level and sometimes incorporated in the domestic law.1 The legislative position of the Palestinian Authority (PA) is anomalous on both counts. Continue reading Legislating for Migration: The Anomalous Case of the Palestinian Authority (2006)