The Administrative Court of Tartu has admitted the petition filed by Fridays for Future Estonia for the revocation of the building permit issued by Narva-Jõesuu municipality in connection with the construction of the shale oil plant. The court did not grant preliminary judicial protection.
As promised, the Hungarian government submitted two draft bills to end the state of emergency and terminate its controversial powers, but civil society organisations said the moves are simple trickery.
The PACE Monitoring Committee decided to request an urgent legal examination of amendments to the Constitution of Russia and of the procedures of their adoption. Thus, the request contained in the appeal signed by more than 200 thousand Russian citizens had been satisfied.
France's highest court ordered the government to lift its ban on gatherings at places of worship imposed to combat the spread of COVID-19, describing it as "disproportionate" and an infringement on a fundamental right.
Spain’s cabinet is set to approve a bill setting out a path to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net-zero by 2050, putting it on course to join a handful of wealthy nations who have written the target into law.