Questions tagged [infringement]
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How come that the most important countries in European Union have the largest number of pending infringements?
According to this source, the number of infringements of the "pivot countries" (France and Germany) are significantly larger than those of the newcomers such as Romania and Bulgaria. DE = 55 (entered ...
Freedom of press in the face of profit
As far as I know, the guarantee of freedom of press is a legal tool to ensure the government cannot use threats and violence to force a news agency to not publicize a piece of news. But what about the ...
Did the European Commission start an infringement procedure related to the quality of one or multiple EU members health systems?
Note: I will use Romania as an example in my post, but the question is general (EU level). Environment-related infringement procedures are something rather usual in the EU. Just to pick an example, ...
Is there a case when a European Union infringement related fine is partially paid by an actual person?
This article briefly explains about EU infringements and the accompanying fines: Law is the foundation of the integrity and effectiveness of the European Union, so fines for breaking it are set ...
What are consequences an EU country can face when it makes very problematic changes to the Criminal Law?
On 31st of January 2017, Romanian Government has adopted a government (emergency) ordinance that changes a few articles in the Criminal Law: The Romanian Government’s emergency ordinance to change ...
What is the status of the infringement procedure against Romania due to high pollution in Bucharest?
Background Virtually any Bucharest inhabitant can smell that something has burned during the night. This is confirmed by the air quality monitoring platforms such as Airly: Air pollution in Bucharest ...