Tag Archives: Cyprus

FREE Newsletter: 17, 18, 19 June 2013

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS Czech government seeks court revision in police custody Roma death Human Rights Europe: “Human rights judges are set to reveal their decision over a Czech government request to revise their judgement on the death of a Roma man … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 20, 21, 22 May 2013

VALUES AND PRINCIPLES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION – POSSIBLE VIOLATION OF ARTICLE 7 TEU German politicians outraged at Orban’s Nazi jibe Euobserver: “German politicians from across the political spectrum have expressed their outrage after Hungary’s Viktor Orban compared Angela Merkel’s … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 18, 19, 20 March 2013

PRINCIPLES AND VALUES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION – POSSIBLE VIOLATION OF ARTICLE 7 TUE Cornered Orbán bares teeth at German criticism Euractiv: “Parliament President Martin Schulz yesterday (14 March) called on EU heads of state to punish Hungarian Prime Minister … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 7th of February

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS New report: Denmark participated in CIA rendition programme Copenhagen Post: “More than 50 countries have helped the United States carry out its policy of transferring detainees without due process, sometimes to countries that practise torture The rendition flights … Continue reading

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