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EU case finally makes it to court

Tuesday 18 July 2017 | Published in Environment

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EU case finally makes it to court
Justice Judith Potter. 17071405

In what has been a long and drawn out process spanning over 12 months, the case against the Cook Islands Government over the European Union Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Agreement was finally heard last week in the High Court of the Cook Islands, with Justice Judith Potter presiding.

In what has been a long and drawn out process spanning over 12 months, the case against the Cook Islands Government over the European Union Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Agreement was finally heard last week in the High Court of the Cook Islands, with Justice Judith Potter presiding.


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