European Court: Commission’s reply to ONE OF US was based on (not manifest) errors

4k9vip.jpgAfter nearly four years of litigation, the Tribunal of the European Union has issued its long awaited judgment in the case of One of Us v. the European Commission.

From a formal point of view, the pro-life European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI), which, having collected 1,9 million signatures for the Commission to stop funding activities involving the destruction of human embryos, remains the most successful of all ECIs until today, has lost the case. But from a substantial point of view, the pro-lifers have won a half-victory, and they might now examine the possibility of having the decision reviewed by the EU’s highest judicial Instance, the Court of Justice of  the EU. Continue reading “European Court: Commission’s reply to ONE OF US was based on (not manifest) errors”

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