Thirty-six individuals and one youth organisation have filed an application for annulment with the EU’s General Court claiming that EU legislation on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is unlawful because it fails to prevent climate change.
In a landmark judgment for participatory democracy, Europe’s top court has ruled in favour of ClientEarth lawyers in a long-running case for greater transparency in the European Union.
President cites “drastically increased fees” and warns of major threat to Bulgarian democracy.
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Hungarian court rules that no one can be deprived of their right to a legal remedy if they had no reasonable way to know about an administrative act.