Judges vs the Executive Branch: Covid Restrictions and Dutch Courts

 

 

 

 

 

 

On 26 February, the Dutch Appeal Court of The Hague upheld the curfew imposed by the government to combat the covid-19 pandemic. According to Kyra Wigard and Arthur Dyevre, the case ties into the separation between the judicial and executive branch, while also highlighting the growing assertiveness of Dutch courts on matters of general policy-making. Continue reading “Judges vs the Executive Branch: Covid Restrictions and Dutch Courts”