Some court rulings can surprise. That was the case this time, too. And it’s hard to believe. Read what the latest court case was about.
Since the coronavirus appeared in the world, a lot of time has been spent on the topics of vaccinations and vaccines. There has also been a lot of talk about testing vaccines on children. Anna Kubala, who works as a Legal Advisor on her Twitter account, informed the public about a surprising court ruling.
She wrote, among other things, that the Bioethics Committee of the District Medical Board hid its approval of Pfizer’s clinical trials of vaccines on children, which was against the law. It also published the contents of the ruling.
The Commission was the entity obliged to make public information available. Pursuant to Article 4 (1) (1) of the A.d.i.p., those obliged to make public information available are public authorities and other entities performing public tasks, in particular public authorities
The obligation of the authority was to provide public information … in a manner and form consistent with the request (Article 13 (1) of the u.d.i.p.), or alternatively, to issue a decision to refuse to provide the requested public information (Article 16 (1) in conjunction with Article 5 (1) and (2) of the u.d.i.p.).
The Twitter entry can be seen here: