Infringements: Spain and Croatia told to comply with ECJ environmental rulings

The European Commission has told Spain and Croatia to respect earlier rulings from the European Court of Justice (ECJ) or else face being taken to court again, in its latest set of infringement procedures.

by Simon Pickstone
The Court of Justice of the EU. The European Commission has asked Spain and Croatia to comply with rulings from its upper court, the ECJ. Photo: G Fessy / Court of Justice of the EU
The Court of Justice of the EU. The European Commission has asked Spain and Croatia to comply with rulings from its upper court, the ECJ. Photo: G Fessy / Court of Justice of the EU

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