Today I learned about a Twitter account that tweets arrivals and departures to/from Geneva, of aircraft used by dictators.
I was wondering if an individual air traffic controller could refuse to give service to a given aircraft based on moral grounds, without legal consequences?
Maybe I'm a pacifist controller and I prefer to not handle a military aircraft sending troops somewhere. Or I don't like dictatorships and I don't want them in the country/airport where I operate.
Is there any legislation that could protect such objectors? To narrow a little the question, let's stick with Geneva in particular, or Europe in general.