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Serbia approves changes to judicial system in referendum marred by low turnout

Serbia voted in favor of constitutional amendments in a referendum on Sunday widely regarded as an unofficial endorsement of the country’s prospective European Union membership. According to preliminary votes, almost two thirds of Serbians voted for a change in the country’s legal system which would amend the constitutional requirement for parliament to approve judicial appointments. […]
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Scandalous verdict of German federal court

The German Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe defends the usage of the term “Polish Death Camps” as freedom of speech. It also determined that German tv station ZDF does not need to acknowledge the verdicts of Polish courts. Tomasz Pietryga explains how this verdict is against EU laws and is an odd extension of freedom of speech.

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