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Polish Parliament is currently discussing the amendments to the Law on Assemblies proposed in November 2011 by the President of Poland, which, if adopted, will substantially limit the freedom of assemblies. The draft is a result of the events that took place in Warsaw on 11 November 2011, when a number of assemblies turned into… » read more

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The Russian Duma adopted on 12 July 2012 a law limiting freedom of expression on the Internet. The law “on the protection of children from information harmful to their health and development” makes it possible for any website to be listed in a forbidden pages register and closed down. The list of reasons, besides child… » read more

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Recent events show that the answer to this question may at times be less obvious than it seems to be when reading the Treaties. Law on Schengen once again became a source of controversies. This time they concern the division of power between the Council and the European Parliament. Last month we witnessed a heated… » read more

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