pondělí 21. září 2015

Soudní novinky 15-38 (SDEU cítí tlak doby)

Regionálně diverzifikovaný výběr:

  • Brazilian Supreme Court Seriously Considering Decriminalizing Weed, All Illegal Drugs.
  • Rwanda's Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to hear a case challenging a change to the constitution that would allow President Paul Kagame to run for a third seven-year term.
  • Adam Liptak: Justice Breyer Sees Value in a Global View of Law. "In a new book, Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer addresses the influence of foreign law and practices on American judicial decisions."
  • EUObs: EU court curbs welfare rights "The Court of Justice in Luxembourg, on Tuesday (15 September), said host countries can stop welfare payments to people from other EU states even if they’ve spent some time working in the host country. It said if they’ve worked for less than one year, but then stop work and stop looking for work, their benefits can be stopped after six months. They can also be deported, but only after authorities assess their individual circumstances and conclude that they’re not seeking a job and have become “an unreasonable burden”."
  • A trocha soudních zajímavostí z Ruska: "Something odd happened in a Moscow court on Thursday: four people were acquitted. Just how odd was this? Last year, Russian judges acquitted only four out of every thousand defendants that appeared before them. The lucky anomalies were two men and two women, aged between twenty-six and thirty-four, all of them urban skydiving enthusiasts. The court also sentenced a twenty-three-year-old roof climber to two years and three months behind bars."
  • Draft text on Investment Protection and Investment Court System in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
SDEU byl aktivní, ale vzhledem k pracovní cestě do USA není čas to překlápět sem.

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