UN Court

Untimely debate

The debate over the retroactive pension claims has surged in intensity again at a time when the country's judicial system is in limbo. It is as if it is believed that the ongoing speculation could influence the judgment of the court.

Bosnia’s Constitutional Court to Rule on Movement Restrictions

The Constitutional Court's president, Zlatko Knezevic, told BIRN that the court is to make its ruling on April 22 on whether it is unconstitutional to bar under-18s and over-65s from leaving their homes as part of measures to tackle the coronavirus outbreak in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Thessaloniki man convicted for ignoring store-opening rules

A man in the northern port city of Thessaloniki was handed a one-year suspended sentence on Monday for flouting a government-ordered closure of retail stores as part of its plan to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

The 44-year-old was arrested in a household goods store inside the city's open Kapani (Vlali) market on April 9, after authorities found a customer.

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