Central European Midday Report: "Current Affairs in European Governance and Legal Proceedings"

Central European Midday Report: "Current Affairs in European Governance and Legal Proceedings"

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Kosovo: Electricity Consumers in Kosovo Await 40 Million Euro Refund: The Constitutional Court in Kosovo has approved the return of over 40 million euros to electricity consumers in four northern municipalities. This decision comes after the Energy Regulatory Office's ruling to compensate citizens for billed electricity expenses from February 6, 2012, to October 20, 2017. The court found no violation in the decision, ensuring the reimbursement process moves forward.

Slovenia: Slovenian Farmers to Protest Over Slow Progress in Talks: Slovenian farmers' main organizations are set to protest on March 19, aiming to increase political pressure due to sluggish advancements in addressing their demands. Dissatisfied with the pace of negotiations, they escalate their actions to urge decision-makers to prioritize their concerns. Specifics of their grievances will be disclosed later.

Croatia: Prime Minister Denies Pressuring European Prosecutor's Office: Prime Minister Andrej Plenković refutes claims of pressuring the European Prosecutor's Office (EPPO) and the Department of Public Prosecution (DORH) regarding an investigation into possible subsidy fraud at the Faculty of Geodesy. Clarifying his stance, he emphasizes the need for clarity on whether EPPO's jurisdiction covers the case, dismissing any suggestion of undue influence.

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