could not have been foreseen. This might be relevant in the case of sudden social changes. During the COVID-19 pandemic, hostility arose against social groups, such as the sick and the elderly or mask-wearing people that had not previously been victims
, link 26 .(Amnesty International): Policing the pandemic. Human rights violations in the enforcement of COVID-19 measures in Europe, link 27 . Related to the Roma – police relationship in Hungary see, Héra (2017
prohibition primarily decried the fact of debating the amendment during a COVID-19 lockdown, with stakeholders being excluded from the debate. The circus lobby interpreted the ban as an inadequate and ineffective intervention into their business. As for animal
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it ‘does not have a head’ and does not look like a State, especially since the avowed objective was to put in place a new type of construction. The problem is that, despite the transfers of power, the Union, until the Covid crisis and the initiatives
fundamental importance for the future of the UMMs. Following the COVID19 pandemic new immigration measures were introduced, including the Royal Decree 903/2021 of 19 October, which improves UMMs' living conditions in Spain. 13 The residence permit gives the
, thus, it was not a novelty in December 2019 that mankind was faced with the SARS-CoV-2, a much stronger virus causing the COVID-19 disease consisting in grave pneumonia and complications. While the events with global effect slowed down and momentarily
Facility which aims to address the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on EU economies.
Despite the application of the political and legal mechanisms provided for in the Treaties, the erosion of the rule of law in Poland can still be observed