EU-Canada Trade Pact Faces Constitution Test at German CourtBy
Activist groups seek injuction against German signature
Judges hear five cases and plan to issue ruling on Thursday
Opponents of a controversial EU-Canada trade pact scheduled to be concluded later this month asked Germany’s top court to put the brakes on the deal they claim undermines democratic control and national standards.
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