Legal Dialogue

01/10/2019

Russia proposes to introduce administrative liability for insulting policemen on the Internet

The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia will prepare a bill designed for protection of police from disseminating "defamatory information" by January 2020.
Source: Novaya Gazeta
01/10/2019

Russia proposes to introduce administrative liability for insulting policemen on the Internet

The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia will prepare a bill designed for protection of police from disseminating "defamatory information" by January 2020.
Source: Novaya Gazeta
01/10/2019

UK Home Office faces court challenge over allowing asylum seekers to be interrogated by countries from which they are trying to flee

The Home Office is to be challenged in court over its practice of inviting foreign government representatives to interview political asylum seekers after exposure of its “corrupt” exercise.
Source: The Independent
01/10/2019

UK Home Office faces court challenge over allowing asylum seekers to be interrogated by countries from which they are trying to flee

The Home Office is to be challenged in court over its practice of inviting foreign government representatives to interview political asylum seekers after exposure of its “corrupt” exercise.
Source: The Independent
01/10/2019

Italy’s top court rules assisted suicide not always a crime in landmark case

Italy's top court on Wednesday, 25 September, ruled that it should not always be punishable to help someone "under intolerable physical and psychological suffering" to commit suicide.
Source: Euronews
01/10/2019

Italy’s top court rules assisted suicide not always a crime in landmark case

Italy's top court on Wednesday, 25 September, ruled that it should not always be punishable to help someone "under intolerable physical and psychological suffering" to commit suicide.
Source: Euronews
01/10/2019

Climate activists are suing Europe’s biggest coal plant

A global environmental charity announced a legal challenge designed to eliminate the Poland’s Bełchatów power station’s carbon footprint by 2035.

Source: The Guardian

01/10/2019

Climate activists are suing Europe’s biggest coal plant

A global environmental charity announced a legal challenge designed to eliminate the Poland’s Bełchatów power station’s carbon footprint by 2035.

Source: The Guardian

24/09/2019

Huge march lobbies to undo Slovak abortion law

Tens of thousands marched in Slovakia's capital calling for a total ban on abortions in the predominantly Catholic country.
Source: Independent