Norway’s Justice Minister Tor Mikkel Wara has been temporarily suspended of his duties on Thursday. The temporary suspension is a follow-up development of the arrest of the minister’s partner.
Slovakia entered a fresh round of political crisis on Thursday after the parliament failed to appoint new candidates for the constitutional court’s empty seats.
The Egyptian parliament endorsed a draft bill with constitutional amendments on Thursday.
A Turkish court has indicted a Turkish citizen on charges over espionage activity and conspiring to overthrow the legally-elected Turkish government.
The trust in Justice can't be a la carte, said parliament president Nikos Voutsis referring to the Novartis case in an interview on Saturday.
Greek President Prokopios Pavlopoulos on Sunday stressed the dangers for Europe and the world from the reemergence of populist groups that once again touch the limits of Nazism and the need for their decisive and effective abolition.
Greece is picking up efforts to fight hate crimes with the justice, migration policy and interior ministries agreeing on Wednesday to work closer together in fighting prejudiced motivated crimes.