Legal Dialogue

15/10/2019

France — free access to public higher education is a constitutional right

French Constitutional Council ruled that free access to public higher education is a constitutional right, throwing into doubt a planned surge in tuition fees for foreigners.


Source: France 24

15/10/2019

France — free access to public higher education is a constitutional right

French Constitutional Council ruled that free access to public higher education is a constitutional right, throwing into doubt a planned surge in tuition fees for foreigners.


Source: France 24

15/10/2019

Anti-Corruption Foundation claimed as a “foreign agent”

Aleksey Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation was included in the list of foreign agents, since the NGO received money from Spain and the US, according to the Russian Ministry of Justice.
Source: Novaya Gazeta
15/10/2019

Anti-Corruption Foundation claimed as a “foreign agent”

Aleksey Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation was included in the list of foreign agents, since the NGO received money from Spain and the US, according to the Russian Ministry of Justice.
Source: Novaya Gazeta
15/10/2019

Poland is purging its prosecutors

Since 2015, the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party has waged a brazen campaign for control of Poland’s judicial system writ large.
Source: Foreign Policy
15/10/2019

Poland is purging its prosecutors

Since 2015, the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party has waged a brazen campaign for control of Poland’s judicial system writ large.
Source: Foreign Policy
15/10/2019

Violent clashes erupt as Spanish court jails Catalonia leaders

Protests have erupted in Barcelona after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders to between 9 and 13 years in prison.

Source: BBC

15/10/2019

Violent clashes erupt as Spanish court jails Catalonia leaders

Protests have erupted in Barcelona after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders to between 9 and 13 years in prison.

Source: BBC

15/10/2019

Italian leaders decry human rights ruling on mafia prison regimes

Italian ministers, prosecutors and police chiefs have denounced a European court ruling that tough prison regimes for mafia bosses violate their human rights, warning the judgment will hinder the fight against organized crime across the continent.
Source: The Guardian