The Rule of Law Monitoring Mechanism (RoLMM) is a new inter-disciplinary initiative of the School of Law of the Cyprus Campus of the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan Cyprus).
The formation of RoLMM has been prompted by the global spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and the decision of the World Health Organization, on 11 March 2020, to declare the existence of a pandemic. Its formation has also been motivated by a growing concern for – and determination to protect – the rule of law, the proper administration of justice, human dignity and fundamental freedoms as well as rights including the right to life and socio-economic rights. These and so many other characteristics of a democratic society that are at risk of being adversely affected amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic or any other crisis of comparable magnitude.
By Charilaos Velaris “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” – Lord Acton One could add to Lord Acton’s wise observation that corruption acts like a degenerative ailment and i …Read More
By Andreas Hadjigeorgiou Arnisidikia (αρνησιδικία) is an interesting Greek concept, without an English counterpart, which usually translates into ‘denial of justice’. More precisely, though, it refers …Read More
By Dr. Demetra Loizou, Lecturer in International law and Legal Skills, School of Law, UCLan Cyprus Dr. Despina Christofi, Lecturer in International Commercial Arbitration and Investment law School of …Read More
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