Tag: Human Rights
The draft law, already approved by the lower house of parliament, would allow judges who question planned reforms to be disciplined.
On the 19th November 2019, the Centre for Studies on New Religions (CESNUR) from Italy and Human Rights Without Frontiers (HRWF) from Belgium hosted a seminar on human rights entitled 'Intolerance and Discrimination Against New Religious Movements: An International Problem'.
The European Parliament’s autumn Eurobarometer survey traditionally asks citizens which political issue the European Parliament should deal with as a matter of priority.
Nearly 6,000 people have been arrested in the protests since June, more than 30% aged between 21 and 25.
Court upheld the request tabled by Rule of Law NGO Repubblika to hear a constitutional case challenging the way judicial appointments are made. This court decision follows hot on the heel of an official complaint which Repubblika sent yesterday to the European Commission, asking for an investigation on aspects of the constitution which, it maintains, are not in line with the EU's acquis.
Interior Minister Michael Farrugia has failed to reply whether he considers Libya as a safe place, while fielding questions from the press...
Video: European ParliamentRepresentatives of migrant rescue NGOs have today told MEPs that the Libyan coastguard ‘should not be conducting search and rescue operations’.They explained...