EU citizens at a legal crossroad

By |november 14th, 2019|justice, legal affairs, Manifesto Report, News, Notaries of Europe, single market|

The Single Market has torn down the economic barriers all across the EU but the legal discrepancies still stand and citizens find themselves too often at a legal crossroad. A strong EU justice system and legal cooperation across the bloc is key to help...

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Commissioner hearings LIVE: Reynders/Dalli/Ferreira

By |oktober 2nd, 2019|cohesion, commissioner hearings, Didier Reynders, Elisa Ferreira, equality, Helena Dalli, justice, News, Von der Leyen Commission|

On Wednesday (2 October), the European Parliament's committees will be holding hearings with Commissioner-designates Didier Reynders (Belgium, Justice), Helena Dalli (Malta, Equality) and Elisa Ferreira (Portugal, Cohesion and Reforms).

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Commissioner hearings LIVE: Reynders/Dalli/Ferreira

By |oktober 2nd, 2019|cohesion, commissioner hearings, Didier Reynders, Elisa Ferreira, equality, Helena Dalli, justice, News, Von der Leyen Commission|

On Wednesday (2 October), the European Parliament's committees will be holding hearings with Commissioner-designates Didier Reynders (Belgium, Justice), Helena Dalli (Malta, Equality) and Elisa Ferreira (Portugal, Cohesion and Reforms).

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Germany wants to fine Facebook over intransparent hate speech reporting

By |julij 3rd, 2019|Facebook, fine, Germany, hate speech, internet, justice, NetzDG, News, online platforms, regulation, transparency|

Social media platforms in Germany are obliged to report hate speech and other illegal content. Germany's Federal Office of Justice is expected to slap a €2 million fine on Facebook for reporting only a fraction of such activity on its platform. EURACTIV Germany reports.

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Latvia: The governor’s corruption undermines the ECB

By |september 4th, 2018|corruption, ECB, eurozone crisis, justice, Latvia, money laundering, News|

Having been put under investigation for corruption at the end of June, the governor of Latvia's central bank is the third member of the ECB governing council to have been implicated in murky deals over the past year. EURACTIV France reports.

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Germany blocks ‘Dieselgate’ investigation in France

By |avgust 23rd, 2018|cars, CO2 emissions, dieselgate, France, Germany, justice, News, Volkswagen|

Three French investigative judges have complained about the lack of collaboration from the German judiciary in the ‘Dieselgate’ file. Germany meanwhile alleged possible disruptions of its own investigation. An article from our partner Ouest-France.

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Brexiteers cry foul over EU prisoner figures

By |april 11th, 2018|Brexit, judicial co-operation, justice, News, Prison|

4,024 EU nationals were in prisons in England and Wales in 2017, according to data released on Wednesday (11 April) by the UK’s Ministry for Justice following a Freedom of Information request.

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