Latest blog articles with tag Miscellaneous

  • Montenegro-blog West Balkan_Maastricht Law Blogs

    The Western Balkans enlargement perspective

    13 June 2018
    by: 
    Andrea Ott in Law
    With the painful experiences of new Member States breaching the rule of law and democracy principles inside the EU and no tailor-made remedy to punish and enforce EU values, the Commission suggests in its Western Balkans strategy that future accession treaties could provide for such a mechanism to strengthen the rule of law for these newcomers.
  • EU budget_EU begroting _blog

    European budget and the national constitutional state

    1 June 2018
    In May 2018 the European Commission presented the plan of a new financial framework for 2021-2027. In which is stated that the European Commission, among other things, aims to make the subsidies which are given to the countries, conditional upon the level at which a member state complies with EU legislation. (This blog is available in Dutch only)
  • Blockchain_ fraude met EU geld_MLR

    The Netherlands will join the European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO)

    17 May 2018
    by: 
    Sofie Wolf in Law
    It is a done deal, the Netherlands will join the European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO). At 3 and 17 April, the Upper House debated with minister Grapperhaus of Security and Justice about a possible participation in the EPPO. Only available in Dutch.
  • Religious marriage and Religious Divorce

    Myth: a religious marriage is merely symbolic

    13 May 2018
    When a marriage no longer works, you break up. Divorce proceedings are started and if all goes well, both partners can go on to live their own lives. At least, that is how it works with a civil marriage. What kind of problems do women encounter in a religious divorce?
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