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Title: Spring hunting and the misrule of law
Authors: Aquilina, Kevin
Keywords: Hunting -- Malta
BirdLife Malta
Local government -- Law and legislation
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: Standard Publications Ltd.
Citation: Aquilina, K. (2023, April 11). Spring hunting and the misrule of law. The Malta Independent, p.20.
Abstract: Non-governmental voluntary environmental organization Bird life has, in the beginning of this month, applied for the issue of a warrant of prohibitory injunction against the government so that the spring hunting season for turtle dove remains closed. By means of a court decree, the court has acceded provisionally to that request until the court case is definitively decided. Government, which in this matter is being kept hostage at shotgun by the hunting lobby, is contesting this measure tooth and nail, so much so that it is requesting the court to hear Birdlife's application for a prohibitory injunction without delay, thereby ensuring that the court its elf would end up complicit with the government in breaching EU law.
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