Almost a year since they were first mooted, changes to Portugal’s lucrative golden visa investment programme have been approved. From July next year, these fast track visas that have seen well over five billion euros ploughed into the economy since 2012 will only be available to investment within Portugal’s interior.
Die Hausbesetzer im Berliner Osten sind überzeugt: 30 Jahre “kratzen, beißen, kämpfen” haben Gutes bewirkt. Kritiker sehen das anders. Was feststeht: Der Kampf hat die Stadt geprägt.
Claims that policing of demonstrations was discriminatory were justified, report finds
Culture workers have seized France’s top administrative court to contest the government’s decision to keep the Covid curtain down on theatres and cinemas until at least 7 January. They consider they’re every bit as essential as shops and churches.
Public alert system comes on stream to help outreach teams get more people indoors
The Parliament approved at first reading the appointment of a new figure of an investigative prosecutor who will investigate the Prosecutor General, with an appendix to the Criminal Procedure Code (NPC) submitted by Krasimir Tsipov of GERB. 100 MPs voted in favor, 46 were against (mainly of the Bulgarian Socialist Party) and 10 abstained, BTA reported.
Es sei unzulässig, dass Ungarn illegal im Land befindliche Migranten abschiebe, ohne den Einzelfall zu prüfen, befindet das höchste EU-Gericht.
Subsidiär Schutzberechtigte dürfen nur begrenzt Angehörige nach Deutschland holen. Die Sozialdemokraten wollen den Deckel nun kippen. Und in ihrem Positionspapier finden sich noch andere Punkte, die Diskussionen auslösen dürften.
One in three LGBT+ individuals in Greece say they have been insulted due to their sexual orientation and/or gender identity at least once by public sector employees, while 6% say they are often or always subjected to outright verbal abuse, according to an online survey tracking the experience of members of LGBTQI at public sector services.