Bosnia and Herzegovina: Court Declares Mandatory Vaccines and Vax Passports Unconstitutional

Ivan Vilibor Sinčić, a politician and activist
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Last month, the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) issued a decision declaring mandatory vaccines and vaccine certificates (passports) are unconstitutional. The Court noted that both regulations were introduced by narrow segments of executive power branch. The Court then criticized the Parliament – how it could allow the executive branch to allow violations of the rule of law and democracy in the country. According to the Court’s ruling, those who disobey this decision should be prosecuted under criminal law and sentenced for six months to five years. Last year, the same court declared that mandatory masks and restriction of free movement were unconstitutional.

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Ragnar D.
Ragnar D.
3 months ago

I applaud this decision by the Bosnia-Herzegovina court. When we have giant multinational corporations that command immoral and incompetent government “officials” to carry out their evil against the people, we need to have firewalls to prevent this insanity. If only we in the U.S. had some sort of similar constitution to protect Americans against vaccine mandates and other government tyranny, that would be super!