A judge has given the Belgian State 30 days to provide a sound legal basis for covid restrictions
The Belgian State has been ordered to lift “all coronavirus measures” within 30 days, as the legal basis for them is insufficient, a Brussels court ruled.
Via The Brussels Times:
The League for Human Rights had filed the lawsuit several weeks ago and challenged Belgium’s system of implementing the measures using Ministerial Decrees, which means it is done without any input from parliament.
The judge gave the Belgian State 30 days to provide a sound legal basis, or face a penalty of €5,000 per day that this period is exceeded, with a maximum limit of €200,000, reports Le Soir.
The current coronavirus measures are based on the Civil Safety Act of 2007, which enable the State to react quickly in “exceptional circumstances,” but the judge has now ruled that these laws cannot serve as a basis for the Ministerial Decrees.
Yes, it looks like an Austrian judge has ruled that the PCR test cannot be used to determine infection. So after a similar ruling from Portugal, Austria now follows. If governments are simply corrupt they will ignore this. If we are living in a democracy they will adjust policy. https://t.co/uwUwjANfpj
— Howard Steen (@HowardSteen4) March 31, 2021