European Institutions

  • Venice Commission Publishes 13 Opinions

    March 29, 2021

    The Council of Europe’s Venice Commission published 13 opinions that were adopted during its plenary session , which was held entirely online due to continued COVID-19 restriction.

  • Facebook Business Model to Face EU Supreme Court

    March 29, 2021

    In a decision that will be closely watched from both sides of the Atlantic, Germany has requested that the supreme court of the European Union decide whether Facebook’s broad collection of user data is in breach of competition rules.

  • Georgian Deputy Interior Minister Resigns Amid Surveillance Scandal

    March 29, 2021

    Following media reports of illegal surveillance of politicians and intentional actions against the gathering of the opposition, Georgian Deputy Interior Minister Kakhaber Sabanadze has resigned.

  • EU Leaders Struggle to Grip Coronavirus Crisis

    March 29, 2021

    As European leaders continue to deal with the Coronavirus crisis, country leaders are divided on how best to resolve many issues including vaccine production and distribution.

  • Hungary, Poland win Top Court Fights with EU

    March 24, 2021

    Hungary and Poland won separate tax disputes with the European Union after the two nations were accused by the EU Competition Commissioner of alleged unfair fiscal arrangements.

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