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The corona pandemic has accelerated the trend towards working from home, the digitalisation of the work environment is advancing. In this process, Spain has become more attractive due to its excellent quality of life, which is why many are toying with the idea of relocating to warmer climes without giving up their jobs or activity.
On March 26th 2021, the European Commission ("Commission") published guidance on the application of the referral system set under Article 22 of the EU Merger Regulation ("EUMR").
In keeping with our good and longstanding cooperation with the University of Warsaw, Schindhelm has given a lecture on the topic of “Energy market liberalization between the EU and China” in the conference “Between China and Europe - Energy for Future Earth” organized and hosted by Warsaw-Beijing-Forum on April 11th, 2021.
Information technologies and the Internet, which entered our lives rapidly towards the end of the last century and continue to develop at the same pace, find a place for themselves in every aspect of daily life today. Although the informatics world has made human life extremely easy with innovations, our personal data have also been transferred to the cyber environment as a result of this situation. The fact that the information systems contain such a large data pool and the ability to hide identity have paved the way for the increase of actions that will cause illegal results. As a result of the increase in these actions, the concept of "cybercrime" has come into our lives and the necessity to make regulations in this field with both domestic laws and international conventions has emerged in order to protect the victims of these crimes.
The Prime Minister has announced the decision of his government to consult people in a so-called “national consultation” according to his preferred schedule for revoking the coronavirus emergency measures. Among other things, it should also be a question of whether Hungary agrees to the introduction of a "vaccination certificate" or whether persons who have already been vaccinated should be able to travel.
The vaccination certificate is viewed sceptically in Romania, even though the willingness to be vaccinated is very high among the population. President Klaus Iohannis expressed personal reservations against the idea and stressed that “this would create a framework for discrimination that is simply unacceptable.”