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Fonavistas and state: the norms are covered by rulings of the Constitutional Court

After the Executive announce that it will question before the Constitutional Court (TC) the legality of the laws on Fonavi and collective bargaining in the public sector; both the fonavistas and the state workers were dissatisfied, since they consider that this is a demonstration of not wanting to respect their rights. As they point out, … Read more

4 Facts of the Constitutional Court Session on the Lawsuit on Revision of the KPK Law

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The Constitutional Court (MK) read out the trial results of the lawsuit on the material and formal review of Law Number 19 Year 2019 concerning the Corruption Eradication Commission on Tuesday, May 4, 2021. The result of this decision, the Constitutional Court rejected all formal lawsuits or the process of revising the … Read more

Constitutional Court backs Jehovah’s Witness for blood transfusion

“The Constitutional court suspended, as a provisional measure, the judgment of the second instance and the administrative act of the Colombian Family Welfare Institute (ICBF) that ordered the medical staff of the La Misericordia Hospital in Bogotá to carry out blood transfusions on a 17-year-old Jehovah’s Witness , diagnosed with type B acute lymphoid leukemia, … Read more

The head of the Constitutional Court is again awaiting at the RRB for questioning

Photo: Earlier, Tupitsky refused to come for interrogation at the RR Tupitsky is being investigated for participation in a criminal organization, crimes committed in its composition, explained in the RRB. An investigator from the State Bureau of Investigation summoned the chairman of the Constitutional Court, Alexander Tupitsky, for questioning on Monday, November 2. This … Read more

Thousands of protesters against the new Abortion Law ‘invade’ the Polish capital – World

Thousands of people protested this Friday in Warsaw, Poland, against the controversial new anti-abortion law imposed by the government. According to the American newspaper The New York Times, these were the biggest demonstrations in the country since the fall of Communism in 1989. On the streets of the Polish capital, several people wore clothes with … Read more

NAPK opened access to the register of declarations / GORDON

The National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption can again conduct special checks of electronic declarations, the NAPK noted. The National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption has opened free access to the Unified Register of Electronic Declarations. The press service of the NAPK reported this on Facebook on the evening of October 29. The … Read more

Constitutional court should soon decide on sale on Sunday

If the trade association has its way, shops should in future be allowed to open more frequently on Sundays. Image: Lucas Bäuml Many retailers would like to open on Sundays too. So far they are only allowed to do this on certain occasions. On the other hand, the German trade association wants to sue the … Read more

Cape Verde Justice Authorizes Extradition of Alex Saab to the US

The Cape Verde Justice authorized the extradition to the United States of the Colombian businessman Álex Naím Saab Morán, who has been imprisoned in the African country for almost two months for alleged money laundering in favor of the regime in Venezuela. This was confirmed on Tuesday by José Manuel Pinto Monteiro, one of the … Read more

Mayor of Castelo Branco loses mandate

© Filipe Pinto / Global Imagens ByLusa / TSF 21 July, 2020 • 13:46 The Constitutional Court (TC) confirmed this Tuesday the loss of mandate of the Mayor of Castelo Branco, Luís Correia, and the decision becomes final from the 30th, confirmed the mayor’s lawyer to TSF. Artur Marques says that the TC’s decision was … Read more