Legal Dialogue

25/10/2019

Czech top court scraps controversial law on taxing church restitutions

The Constitutional Court has invalidated a controversial law on taxing money returned to churches in compensation for property stolen by the communist regime in the 1950s.
Source: Radio Prague International
25/10/2019

Czech top court scraps controversial law on taxing church restitutions

The Constitutional Court has invalidated a controversial law on taxing money returned to churches in compensation for property stolen by the communist regime in the 1950s.
Source: Radio Prague International
25/10/2019

Germany plans to nearly double taxes on short-haul flights

The tax hikes form part of a climate package in Germany aimed making the country carbon neutral by the year 2050.
Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation
25/10/2019

Germany plans to nearly double taxes on short-haul flights

The tax hikes form part of a climate package in Germany aimed making the country carbon neutral by the year 2050.
Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation
25/10/2019

Northern Ireland legalizes abortion and same-sex marriage

The region was the only part of the United Kingdom that banned same-sex marriage and forbade abortion except when a mother's life is at risk.
Source: Euronews
25/10/2019

Northern Ireland legalizes abortion and same-sex marriage

The region was the only part of the United Kingdom that banned same-sex marriage and forbade abortion except when a mother's life is at risk.
Source: Euronews
25/10/2019

Franco’s remains to be exhumed after long court battle

The Spanish government said it had decided to move the dictator’s remains as they could no longer “remain in a public mausoleum that exalts his figure”, adding that the removal would “symbolically close the circle of Spanish democracy”.
Source: The Guardian
25/10/2019

Franco’s remains to be exhumed after long court battle

The Spanish government said it had decided to move the dictator’s remains as they could no longer “remain in a public mausoleum that exalts his figure”, adding that the removal would “symbolically close the circle of Spanish democracy”.
Source: The Guardian
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