COMMON MARKET LAW REVIEW, Volume 52 (2015)

ISSUE 1
‘Editorial comments: The EU’s Accession to the ECHR – a “NO” from the ECJ!’, Issue 1, pp. 1–15
‘The elusive limits of solidarity: Residence rights of and social benefits for economically inactive Union citizens’, Daniel Thym, Issue 1, pp. 17–50
‘Restoring tasks from the European Union to Member States: A bumpy road to an unclear destination?’, Robert Zbíral, Issue 1, pp. 51–84
‘The fight against letterbox companies in the internal market’, Karsten Engsig Sørensen, Issue 1, pp. 85–117
‘From the Scylla of restriction to the Charybdis of licence? Exploring the scope of the “special purposes” freedom of expression shield in European data protection’, David Erdos, Issue 1, pp. 119–153
‘Tailor-made accountability within the Single Supervisory Mechanism’, Gijsbert Ter Kuile, Laura Wissink, Willem Bovenschen, Issue 1, pp. 155–189
‘Time for a European “full faith and credit clause”’, Agnieszka Frackowiak-Adamska, Issue 1, pp. 191–218
‘Shaping the new system for delegation of powers to EU agencies: United Kingdom v. European Parliament and Council (Short selling)‘, Carl Fredrik Bergström, Issue 1, pp. 219–242
‘The dividing line between delegated and implementing acts: The Court of Justice sidesteps the difficulty in Commission v. Parliament and Council (Biocides)‘, Dominique Ritleng, Issue 1, pp. 243–257
‘Housing policy as a restriction of free movement and Member States’ discretion to design programmes of social protection: Libert‘, Stephanie Reynolds, Issue 1, pp. 259–280
‘Surrogacy leave as a matter of EU law: CD and Z‘, Michèle Finck, Betül Kas, Issue 1, pp. 281–298
Lawyering Europe. European Law as a Transnational Social Field, edited by Antoine Vauchez and Bruno de Witte. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2013)’, Sacha Garben, Issue 1, pp. 299–300
The Allocation of Regulatory Competence in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, by Josephine van Zeben. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014)’, AndreaKeessen, Issue 1, pp. 301–302
Foundations of EU Food Law and Policy Ten Years of the European Food Safety Authority, edited by Alberto Alemanno and Simone Gabbi. (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2014)’, Tamara Hervey, Issue 1, pp. 302–303
EU Environmental Legislation. Legal Perspectives on Regulatory Strategies, by Marjan Peeters and Rosa Uylenburg. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2014)’, DavidLanglet, Issue 1, pp. 303–304
Evidence in European Asylum Procedures, by Ida Staffans. (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2012)’, Maarten den Heijer, Issue 1, pp. 304–306
Cross-Border Class Actions: The European Way, edited by Arnaud Nuyts and Nikitas Hatzimihail. (Munich: Sellier, 2013)’, Christopher Hodges, Issue 1, pp. 306–308
The Eurozone Crisis. A Constitutional Analysis, by Kaarlo Tuori and Klaus Tuori. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014)’, Christoph Herrmann, Issue 1, pp. 308–310
The Lisbon Treaty and Social Europe, edited by Niklas Bruun, Klaus Lörcher and Isabelle Schömann. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2012)’, Jeremias Prassl, Issue 1, pp. 310–311
Transnational Law. Rethinking European Law and Legal Thinking, edited by Miguel Maduro, Kaarlo Tuori and Suvi Sankari. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014)’, Matej Avbelj, Issue 1, pp. 312–313
Joint Ventures and EU Competition Law, by Luis Silva Morais. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2013)’, Mel Marquis, Issue 1, pp. 313–315
Das REACH-System und die Meroni-Doktrin. Ein imperfekter Quantensprung im Europäischen Verwaltungsverbund, by Martin Pawlik. (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2013)’, Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel, Issue 1, pp. 316–318
La loi du pays d’origine en droit de l’Union européenne. Analyse sous l’angle du droit international privé, by Marion Ho-Dac. (Brussels: Bruylant, 2012)’, LaurenceIdot, Issue 1, pp. 318–321
‘Survey of Literature’, Issue 1, pp. 323–341
‘Publications received’, Issue 1, pp. 343–350
ISSUE 2
‘Guest Editorial: Negotiating the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)’, Marise Cremona, Issue 2, pp. 351–362
‘Preventing “benefit tourism” in the EU: A narrow or broad interpretation of the possibilities offered by the ECJ in Dano?’, Herwig Verschueren, Issue 2, pp. 363–390
‘The changes to the public contract directives and the story they tell about how EU law works’, Roberto Caranta, Issue 2, pp. 391–459
‘The relationship between primary and secondary law in the EU’, Phil Syrpis, Issue 2, pp. 461–487
‘How to reconcile national support for renewable energy with internal market obligations? The task for the EU legislature after Ålands Vindkraft and Essent‘, MarekSzydło, Issue 2, pp. 489–510
‘Just a laughing matter? Why the decision in Deckmyn is broader than parody’, Eleonora Rosati, Issue 2, pp. 511–529
‘Union citizenship as probationary citizenship: Onuekwere‘, Stephen Coutts, Issue 2, pp. 531–545
‘Demarcating the Union’s Development Cooperation Policy after Lisbon: Commission v. Council (Philippines PCFA)‘, Morten Broberg, Rass Holdgaard, Issue 2, pp. 547–567
Audi alteram partem in immigration detention procedures, between the ECJ, the ECtHR and Member States: G & R‘, P. De Bruycker, S. Mananashvili, Issue 2, pp. 569–590
General Principles of EU Civil Law, by Norbert Reich. (Antwerp: Intersentia, 2014)’, Chantal Mak, Issue 2, pp. 591–592
Nationalism and Private Law in Europe, by Guido Comparato. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2014)’, Vanessa Mak, Issue 2, pp. 593–595
Europäische Integration im Kontext des Rechts, by Andreas Grimmel. (Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2013)’, Henri de Waele, Issue 2, pp. 595–598
Legal Certainty in Multilingual EU Law. Language, Discourse and Reasoning at the European Court of Justice, by Elina Paunio. (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2013)’, MattiasDerlén, Issue 2, pp. 598–599
Legal Challenges in the Global Financial Crisis, edited by Wolf-Georg Ringe and Peter M. Huber. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2014)’, Matthias Ruffert, Issue 2, pp. 599–600
The Resolution of Cross-Border Banking Crises in the EU. A Legal Study from the Perspective of Burden Sharing, by Seraina Gruenewald. (Alphen aan de Rijn: Kluwer, 2014)’, Alberto de Gregorio Merino, Issue 2, pp. 600–602
Europe and the Governance of Global Finance, edited by Daniel Mügge. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014)’, Cornelia Manger-Nestler, Issue 2, pp. 602–604
Referendums and the European Union. A Comparative Inquiry, by Fernando Mendez, Mario Mendez and Vasiliki Triga. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014)’, Simon Hug, Issue 2, pp. 604–606
European Police and Criminal Law Co-operation, edited by Maria Bergström and Anna Jonsson Cornell. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2014)’, Martin Böse, Issue 2, pp. 606–609
Die Folgen eines Beitritts der EU zur EMRK für das Verhältnis des EuGH zum EGMR und den damit einhergehenden Individualrechtsschutz, by Julia Spiekerman. (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2013)’, Tobias Lock, Issue 2, pp. 609–610
Die Rechtshilfe in der Europäischen Union – eine kritische Bestandsaufnahme am Beispiel der Verwaltungssachen. Grundlagen und Stellenwert der Rechtshilfe vor dem Hintergrund fortschreitender Europäischer Integration, by Miriam Söhne. (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2013)’, Ulrich Stelkens, Issue 2, pp. 610–612
Economic Efficiency: The Sole Concern of Modern Antitrust Policy?: Non-efficiency Consideration under Article 101 TFEU, by Ben Van Rompuy. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International, 2012)’, Anne-Lise Sibony, Issue 2, pp. 612–614
Competition Law and Standard Essential Patents. A Transatlantic Perspective, by Urška Petrovcic. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International, 2014)’, Viktoria H.S.E. Robertson, Issue 2, pp. 614–617
ISSUE 3
‘Editorial Comments: Safeguarding EU values in the Member States – Is something finally happening?’, Issue 3, pp. 619–628
‘Of pragmatism and principles: The EEA Agreement 20 years on’, Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen, Christian N.K. Franklin, Issue 3, pp. 629–684
‘A renewed emphasis on the Charter’s distinction between rights and principles: Is a doctrine of judicial restraint more appropriate?’, Dóra Guðmundsdóttir, Issue 3, pp. 685–719
‘The Court of Justice and the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive’, Jules Stuyck, Issue 3, pp. 721–752
‘Family rights for circular migrants and frontier workers: O and B, and S and G‘, Eleanor Spaventa, Issue 3, pp. 753–777
‘No mixed feelings: The post-Lisbon Common Commercial Policy in Daiichi Sankyo and Commission v. Council (Conditional Access Convention)‘, Joris Larik, Issue 3, pp. 779–799
‘Compliance with ECJ judgments vs. compatibility with EU law – Free movement of capital issues unresolved after the second ruling on the Volkswagen law:Commission v. Germany‘, Florian Möslein, Issue 3, pp. 801–812
‘Make me an offer I won’t regret: Offers to license works on acceptable terms cannot block libraries’ “right” to digitize for access on dedicated terminals: Technische Universität Darmstadt‘, Emma Linklater, Issue 3, pp. 813–823
‘The legal limits to confidential negotiations: Recent case law developments in Council transparency: Access Info Europe and In ’t Veld, V. Abazi and M. Hillebrandt’, Vigjilenca Abazi, Maarten Hillebrandt, Issue 3, pp. 825–845
The Three Branches. A Comparative Model of Separation of Powers, by Christoph Moellers.( Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)’, Agustín José Menéndez, Issue 3, pp. 847–849
The Principle of Loyalty in EU Law, by Marcus Klamert. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014)’, Xavier Groussot, Issue 3, pp. 849–852
A Transatlantic Community of Law. Legal Perspectives on the Relationship Between the EU and US Legal Order, edited by Elaine Fahey and Deirdre Curtin. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014)’, Hannes Lenk, Issue 3, pp. 852–854
National Constitutional Identity and European Integration, edited by Alejandro Saiz Arnaiz and Carina Alcoberro Llivina. (Antwerp: Intersentia, 2013)’, Luis Gordillo, Issue 3, pp. 854–856
European Court of Justice Legal Reasoning in Context, by Suvi Sankari. (Groningen: Europa Law Publishing, 2013)’, Gerard Conway, Issue 3, pp. 856–858
European Union Human Rights Law. The Dynamics of Interpretation and Context, by Marton Varju.( Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014)’, Nicole Lazzerini, Issue 3, pp. 858–861
Cartels, Markets and Crime. A Normative Justification for the Criminalisation of Economic Collusion, by Bruce Wardhaugh. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014)’, Anne C. Witt, Issue 3, pp. 861–862
European Agencies in between Institutions and Member States,edited by Michelle Everson, Cosimo Monda and Ellen Vos. (Alphen aan de Rijn: Kluwer Law International, 2014)’, Edoardo Chiti, Issue 3, pp. 862–864
The Global Reach of European Refugee Law, edited by Hélène Lambert, Jane McAdam and Maryellen Fullerton. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)’, Kay Hailbronner, Issue 3, pp. 864–866
Environmental Democracy and Law, by Gyula Bándi. (Groningen: Europa Law Publishing, 2014)’, Roberto Caranta, Issue 3, pp. 866–868
La conciliation des enjeux économiques et environnementaux en droit de l’Union européenne. Analyse Appliquée au Secteur des Déchets, by Christophe Verdure. (Issy-les-Moulineaux: LGDJ, Lextenseo Éditions, 2014)’, Ludwig Krämer, Issue 3, pp. 869–870
The Implementation of the EU Services Directive Transposition, Problems and Strategies, edited by Ulrich Stelkens,Wolfgang Weiß and Michael Mirschberger. (The Hague:T.M.C. Asser Press, 2012)’, Andrea Usai, Issue 3, pp. 870–872
Union européenne-Mercosul. Deux intégrations régionales dans l’espace mondial, edited by Abdelkhaleq Berramdane and Isabelle Hannequart. (Paris: Editions Mare & Martin, 2013)’, Eleftheria Neframi, Issue 3, pp. 872–874
International Commercial Contracts, by Giuditta Cordero Moss. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014)’, Ole Lando, Issue 3, pp. 874–875
Contentieux de l’Union européenne. Questions choisies, edited by Stéphanie Mahieu. (Brussels: Larcier, 2014)’, Anastasia Iliopoulou-Penot, Issue 3, pp. 875–877
ISSUE 4
‘Editors and Publishers’, Issue 4, pp. 879–879
‘Editorial comments: The Critical Turn in EU Legal Studies’, Issue 4, pp. 881–888
‘Limits rising, duties ascending: The changing legal shape of Union citizenship’, Niamh Nic Shuibhne, Issue 4, pp. 889–937
‘The game of cards: National parliaments in the EU and the future of the early warning mechanism and the political dialogue’, Davor Jančić, Issue 4, pp. 939–975
‘Reshaping market, competition and regulation in EU utility liberalization: A perspective from telecom’, Liyang Hou, Issue 4, pp. 977–1007
‘The uncertain development of the case law on consumer protection in mortgage enforcement proceedings: Sánchez Morcillo and Kušionová‘, Federico Della Negra, Issue 4, pp. 1009–1032
‘A new framework for information markets: Google Spain‘, Indra Spiecker genannt Döhmann, Issue 4, pp. 1033–1057
‘The relationship between EU law and international agreements: Restricting the application of the Fediol and Nakajima exceptions in Vereniging Milieudefensie‘, Szilárd Gáspár-Szilágyi, Issue 4, pp. 1059–1077
‘Tax sovereignty, national transfers of tax losses within international groups of companies and freedom of establishment: Felixstowe Dock and Railway Company Ltd.‘, Alexandre Maitrot de la Motte, Issue 4, pp. 1079–1094
‘How reasonable may the private investor be assumed to be?: Corsica Ferries France‘, Gian Marco Galletti, Issue 4, pp. 1095–1110
‘Citizenship by the back door? Gunnarsson‘, Ciarán Burke, Ólafur Ísberg Hannesson, Issue 4, pp. 1111–1133
Viking, Laval and Beyond, by Mark Freedland and Jeremias Prassl. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2014)’, Norbert Reich, Issue 4, pp. 1135–1137
EU Labour Law: A Commentary, by Monika Schlachter. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International, 2014)’, Gavin Barrett, Issue 4, pp. 1137–1139
The Emergence of Personal Data Protection as a Fundamental Right of the EU, by Gloria González Fuster. (Vienna: Springer, 2014)’, Susanna Lindroos-Hovinheimo, Issue 4, pp. 1139–1142
Missbräuchliche Einkaufspreise im deutschen, europäischen und US-amerikanischem Kartellrecht, by Söre Jötten. (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2014)’, WolfgangWurmnest, Issue 4, pp. 1142–1144
EU Cartel Enforcement – Reconciling Effective Public enforcement with Fundamental Rights, by Andreas Scordamaglia-Tousis. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International, 2013)’, Elsbeth Beumer, Issue 4, pp. 1144–1146
The Principle of Mutual Recognition in EU Law, by Christine Janssens. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)’, Markus Möstl, Issue 4, pp. 1147–1148
The Emergence of EU Criminal Law. Cyber Crime and the Regulation of the Information Society, by Sarah Summers, Christian Schwarzenegger, Gian Ege and Finlay Young. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2014)’, Tony Marguery, Issue 4, pp. 1148–1150
Shaping the Single European Market in the Field of Foreign Direct Investment, by Philip Strik. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2014)’, Angelos Dimopoulos, Issue 4, pp. 1150–1152
The Right to Regulate in International Investment Law, by Aikaterini Titi. (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2014)’, Eric de Brabandere, Issue 4, pp. 1152–1155
The International Responsibility of the European Union. European and International Perspectives, edited by Malcolm Evans and Panos Koutrakos. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2013)’, Nicolas Hachez, Issue 4, pp. 1155–1157
European Contract Law and German Law, edited by Matthias Lehmann and Stefan Leible. (Alphen aan de Rijn: Kluwer Law International, 2014)’, Hans-W. Micklitz, Issue 4, pp. 1157–1158
Codifying Choice of Law Around the World. An International Comparative Analysis, by Symeon C. Symeonides. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014)’, Ole Lando, Issue 4, pp. 1158–1160
European Economic and Social Constitutionalism after the Treaty of Lisbon, edited by Dagmar Schiek, Ulrike Liebert and Hildegard Schneider. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011)’, Samantha Currie, Issue 4, pp. 1160–1161
The Law of the European Union in Hungary: Institutions, Processes and the Law, edited by Márton Varju and Erno ?Várnay. (Budapest: HVG-ORAC Publishing House Ltd, 2014)’, Allan F. Tatham, Issue 4, pp. 1162–1163
Gender Quotas for Company Boards, edited by Marc De Vos and Philippe Culliford. (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2014)’, Álvaro Oliveira, Issue 4, pp. 1163–1165
The Role of EU State Aid Law in Promoting a Pro-innovation Policy.A Review from the Perspective of University-Industry R&D Cooperation, by Mario Cisneros. (Antwerp: Intersentia, 2014)’, Dariusz Adamski, Issue 4, pp. 1165–1167
Law and Security in Europe: Reconsidering the Security Constitution, by Massimo Fichera and Jens Kremer. (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2013)’, Sofia Marques daSilva, Issue 4, pp. 1167–1169
‘Survey of Literature’, Issue 4, pp. 1171–1189
ISSUE 5
‘Editorial comments: Public enforcement of EU competition law: Why the European antitrust family needs a therapy’, Issue 5, pp. 1191–1199
‘Judicial review of Member State action under the general principles and the Charter: Defining the “scope of Union law”’, Michael Dougan, Issue 5, pp. 1201–1245
‘The assessment of the effect on trade by the national competition authorities of the “new” Member States: Another legal partition of the Internal Market?’, MarcoBotta, Alexandr Svetlicinii, Maciej Bernatt, Issue 5, pp. 1247–1275
‘“Setting the international scene”: EU external competence and procedures post-Lisbon revisited in the light of ECJ Opinion 1/13’, Inge Govaere, Issue 5, pp. 1277–1307
‘Juggling centralized constitutional review and EU primacy in the domestic enforcement of the Charter: A.v. B.‘, Maartje de Visser, Issue 5, pp. 1309–1337
‘Schengen and Charter-related ne bis in idem protection in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: M and Zoran Spasic‘, John A. E. Vervaele, Issue 5, pp. 1339–1359
‘The Charter, detention and possible regularization of migrants in an irregular situation under the Returns Directive: Mahdi‘, Diego Acosta Arcarazo, Issue 5, pp. 1361–1378
‘Securing the institutional balance in the procedure for concluding international agreements: European Parliament v. Council (Pirate Transfer Agreement with Mauritius)‘, Peter Van Elsuwege, Issue 5, pp. 1379–1398
‘Book Review: Thank you M. Monnet. Essays on the History of European Integration, by Richard T. Griffiths. (Leiden: Leiden University Press Academic, 2014)’, Morten Rasmussen, Issue 5, pp. 1399–1400
‘Book Review: Das Verhältnis von nationalem Recht und Europarecht im Wandel der Zeit. Band I, edited by Jürgen Schwarze. (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2012)’, MattiasWendel, Issue 5, pp. 1400–1403
‘Book Review: The EU after Lisbon. Amending or Copying with Existing Treaties?, edited by Lucia Serena Rossi and Federico Casolari. (Vienna: Springer, 2014)’, Gianni Lo Schiavo, Issue 5, pp. 1403–1406
‘Book Review: State Aid, Subsidy and Tax Incentives under EU and WTO Law, by Claire Micheau. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International, 2014)’, PhedonNicolaides, Issue 5, pp. 1406–1407
‘Book Review: Die Kommission zwischen Gestaltungsmacht und Rechtsbindung, edited by Ulrich Immenga and Torsten Körber. (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2012)’, JanImgrund, Issue 5, pp. 1407–1409
‘Book Review: Methodenlehre des Unionrechts, by Sebastian A. E. Martens. (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2013)’, Pieter-Augustijn Van Malleghem, Issue 5, pp. 1409–1410
‘Book Review: Do labels still matter? Blurring boundaries between administrative and criminal law. The influence of the EU, by F. Galli and A. Weyembergh. (Brussels: Edititions de l’Université de Bruxelles, 2014)’, Irene Wieczorek, Issue 5, pp. 1410–1413
‘Book Review:Fundamental Rights in Europe. Challenges and Transformations in Comparative Perspective , by Federico Fabbrini. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014)’, Sionaidh Douglas-Scott, Issue 5, pp. 1413–1415
‘Book Review: Foreigners, Refugees or Minorities? Rethinking People in the Context of Border Controls and Visas, edited by Didier Bigo, Sergio Carrera and Elspeth Guild. (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2013)’, Dora Kostakopoulou, Issue 5, pp. 1416–1416
‘Book Review: The Ethics of Immigration, by Joseph H. Carens. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015)’, Alison McDonnell, Issue 5, pp. 1417–1418
‘Book Review: Der Europäische Auswärtige Dienst zwischen intergouvernementaler Koordination und supranationaler Repräsentation, by Franziska Kruse. (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2014)’, Kolja Raube, Issue 5, pp. 1419–1420
‘Book Review: Administrative Sanctions in the European Union, edited by Oswald Jansen. (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2013)’, Herwig C.H. Hofmann, Issue 5, pp. 1420–1421
‘Book Review: Court of Justice of the EU. Commentary on Statute and Rules of Procedure, edited by Bertrand Wägenbaur. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2013)’, MortenBroberg, Issue 5, pp. 1421–1422
‘Book Review: Market Supervision in the European Union. Integrated Administration in Constitutional Context, by Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel. (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2014)’, Christopher Anderson, Issue 5, pp. 1422–1425
‘Book Review: Process and Procedure in EU Administration, by Carol Harlow and Richard Rawlings. (Oxford: Hart Publishers, 2014)’, Roberto Caranta, Issue 5, pp. 1425–1427
‘Book Review: Institutionelles Gleichgewicht und EU-Agenturen. Eine Analyse unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der European Banking, by Katja Michel. (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2014)’, Merijn Chamon, Issue 5, pp. 1427–1430
‘Book Review: The Making of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty. The Role of Member States, by Finn Laursen. (Bern: Peter Lang, 2012)’, Jan Oster, Issue 5, pp. 1430–1431
‘Book Review: The Treaty of Lisbon. Origins and Negotiations, by David Phinnemore (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013)’, Jan Oster, Issue 5, pp. 1431–1433

Lasă un răspuns

Te rog autentifică-te folosind una dintre aceste metode pentru a publica un comentariu:

Logo WordPress.com

Comentezi folosind contul tău WordPress.com. Dezautentificare /  Schimbă )

Fotografie Google

Comentezi folosind contul tău Google. Dezautentificare /  Schimbă )

Poză Twitter

Comentezi folosind contul tău Twitter. Dezautentificare /  Schimbă )

Fotografie Facebook

Comentezi folosind contul tău Facebook. Dezautentificare /  Schimbă )

Conectare la %s

%d blogeri au apreciat asta: