Legal Dialogue

10/10/2019

Words about violation of rights and freedoms of Russians considered as a justification of terrorism

Russian journalist Svetlana Prokopieva is charged with “justifying terrorism” after writing about the violation of human rights in Russia.

Source: Novaya Gazeta

10/10/2019

Words about violation of rights and freedoms of Russians considered as a justification of terrorism

Russian journalist Svetlana Prokopieva is charged with “justifying terrorism” after writing about the violation of human rights in Russia.

Source: Novaya Gazeta

10/10/2019

132 thousand descendants of expelled Jews apply for Spanish citizenship

The law introduced four years ago was designed to atone for Spain's 15th-century “historical wrong”.
Source: The Guardian
10/10/2019

132 thousand descendants of expelled Jews apply for Spanish citizenship

The law introduced four years ago was designed to atone for 15th-century “historical wrong”.
Source: The Guardian
10/10/2019

Italy reduces size of parliament to save €1bn

Italy's parliament has voted to cut the number of representatives in both houses by more than a third.
Source: BBC
10/10/2019

Romania’s second European Commission candidate rejected

Romania’s second pick for the new European Commission, former Interior Minister Dan Nica, has not been approved for the list of hopeful EU commissioners.
Source: Balkan Insight
01/10/2019

Malta Migration Meeting: “Solidarity a la carte is not workable”

Italian, Maltese, French and German interior ministers gathered in the Maltese capital, Valletta for an informal summit to draft an agreement for the distribution of asylum seekers rescued at sea.
Source: Euronews
01/10/2019

Malta Migration Meeting: “Solidarity a la carte is not workable”

Italian, Maltese, French and German interior ministers gathered in the Maltese capital, Valletta for an informal summit to draft an agreement for the distribution of asylum seekers rescued at sea.
Source: Euronews
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