In this article, Nathaniel Falzon comparatively discusses different legal frameworks adopted to seek to integrate newly minted ‘nature rights’ in modern society, and assesses their viability on the local field. The rest of the article can be found in Id-Dritt XXX. It is known that in nature there are neither rewards nor punishments, only consequences. […]

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In this article, Antonio Fanì analyses the historical and present context in which the Hungarian Government, led by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, has issued the controversial Decree n. 40/2020, giving full powers to the Hungarian Executive. Antonio Fanì, ‘The Hungarian response to the Coronavirus: Has Orban’s government moved outside the constitutional furrow?’ (Online Law Journal, […]

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Animal Protection, as provided by the Laws of Malta

  • Jessica-Ann Spiteri
  • 22/12/2019
  • 21 min read

In this article, Jessica-Ann Spiteri delves into the local and EU laws which delve on Animal Protection, starting with Chapter 439 of the Laws of Malta, as well as the relative Directions relating to the subject matter. Jessica-Ann Spiteri, ‘Animal Protection, as provided by the Laws of Malta’ (Online Law Journal, 22 December 2019). Animals […]

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