Welcome to episode 210 of the FAZ objection podcast!

The EU Commission wants to take action against child abuse with combined forces and limitless “chat control” – triggering a storm of indignation.

We discuss why this is the case with Erik Tuchtfeld from the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law.

On the other hand, the institution-related vaccination requirement has received the blessing of the Federal Constitutional Court.

The Karlsruhe judges do not find that they violate the fundamental rights of the nurses concerned.

We also speak to the international law expert Alexandra Kemmerer, also from the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, about the first war crimes trial in Ukraine.

What happens to the 21-year-old Russian soldier now?

And finally, we choose the fair verdict of the week.

Topics of the program:

04:50: EU plans for chat control, interview with Erik Tuchtfeld

29:30: Federal Constitutional Court on facility-related vaccination

requirements 58:54: First war crimes verdict against a Russian soldier, interview with Alexandra Kemmerer

1:16:40: Addendum

1:20:08: The just verdict of the week

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