Valparaíso court resolves that falsifying travel permits is not a crime

The decision of the Court of Appeals of Valparaíso means a setback to the health controls imposed by the State to stop the control of the pandemic. The Third Chamber of the Court of Appeals of Valparaíso decided that falsifying travel permits issued by the Virtual Police Station is not considered a crime. The decision … Read more

Michael Jackson and how the court battle of his heirs with the tax office ended

After the death of Michael Jackson in 2009, his heirs remained his mother and his three children – Paris, Prince Michael I and Prince Michael II, respectively 22, 23 and 18 years. What Michael Jackson’s children look like today And what do the children of the King of Pop do? For almost 12 years, they … Read more

Superlega, UEFA has not yet filed an appeal: ‘Fears the Court of Justice’

Head to head. Up to the court. This is how the Superlega question could end, with the stamped papers that no one wanted to get to. As reported by the Corriere dello Sport, the game, however, at that point would not be taken for granted, neither on one side nor on the other. “A sentence … Read more

Ministry of Religion Learns the Implications of Supreme Court Decision Regarding Cancellation of Ministerial Decree 3 on School Uniforms

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – Ministry of Religion (Ministry of Religion) respect the decision of the Supreme Court (MA) which revoked the Joint Decision Letter (SKB) Minister of Education and Culture, Research and Technology (Mendikbudristek), Minister of Home Affairs (Mendagri), and Minister of Religion (Menag) regarding the use of uniforms and religious attributes for students. The Special … Read more

Bartůňková wants to shine on the court and at school. A coach from a tennis star can help

In recent days, however, it has been a real hectic for the young player. One of the most important weeks of school, a good portion of tennis, and also an unexpected change of coach … Nikola Bartůňková’s Junior ITF tournament in Říčany was exceptional. She played six matches in six days and reached the final. … Read more

Ministry of Religion Respects Supreme Court Decision Canceling School Uniform SKB

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia – The Ministry of Religion respects the decision Supreme Court which cancels the enforcement of the Joint Decree (SKB) 3 Ministers regarding the use of school uniforms. This rule is intended for students, educators, and education personnel in schools organized by the local government at the primary and secondary education levels. This … Read more

In Supreme Court: Stevenhills obtains an injunction against the GRA

The operator of betting on international football matches is contesting the decision of the Gambling Regulatory Authority to reduce the number of its outlets to ten. Stevenhills Ltd, which operates 18, sought and obtained an injunction against the regulatory body. Judge Nicholas Oh San-Bellepeau, in an order issued August 10, called on the Gambling Regulatory … Read more

Vrbenský is in the semifinals again after a year at the Štvanice clay court

Twenty-one-year-old tennis player Michael Vrbenský is celebrating a great success. In the Czech derby, he defeated Vít Kopriva, two years older, 6: 1, 6: 4 and will fight against his biggest final against the German Oscar Otto on Saturday. A year ago, in August, Vrbenský advanced to the semifinals of the challenger at the Švanice … Read more

Contagion record in India – Supreme Court orders oxygen plan

India is in a strong wave of infections. In the last 24 hours, 412,262 new infections and 3980 new deaths have been registered. According to Reuters The last 24 hours of deaths are the highest in India so far during the pandemic. Every day, many corona patients die because hospitals run out of oxygen. India’s … Read more

The young people who bring states to court for climate change

In Germany the law on the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions must be changed because the Constitutional Court he agreed to a group of people who believed the law violated their freedoms as insufficiently ambitious and rigid. A similar thing had already happened in 2019, when the Dutch Supreme Court ordered the Dutch government to … Read more