Belgian Court: The vaccination certificate infringes the principle of proportionality

A similar appeal has been filed in a Brussels District Court

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In more detail, as stated in her post French-language newspaper "Libre Belgique", the court requests from its District Wallonia to receive within 7 days meters to lift the illegality, with a fine of 5.000 euros for each day delay.

In its layout, the court notes in particular the "apparent contradiction" of its decree Wallonia of October 21th on the use of the certificate and the use of the mask in its supranational law The European Union and the obvious violation of its principle legality.

It also notes that these various standards seem to run counter to the principle of proportionality of measures restricting freedom as regards the objectives pursued.

For its part, the Prefecture of Wallonia, in its announcement, notes that it intends to file an appeal today and clarifies that Covid Safe Ticket is not repealed by the decision but continues to apply and apply.

The decision was issued following an appeal by an organization presented as "alliance health professionals, scientists, lawyers and Belgian citizens».

A similar appeal has been filed in a District Court Brussels, which is being heard on December 8, the newspaper notes "Le Soir".