EU Court suspends obligation to use Green pass to Pe


BRUSSELS, 07 NOV – “The president of the court of the European Union has decided to temporarily suspend the imposition of the Green pass for access to the buildings of the European Parliament”. This was reported by the Belgian press agency, specifying that “some MEPs and the staff of the European parliament had appealed against this imposition”. The Belgian agency specifies that the “president of the EU court will issue a second decision in the coming weeks on the request for definitive suspension” of the use of the Green pass in the European Parliament. Well-informed sources of the European Parliament contacted by ANSA have specified that at the moment they are not aware of what was decided by the President of the EU Court. (HANDLE).
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