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Hungary Passes Judicial Reform to Unlock Frozen EU Funds

May 5, 2023

Hungarian lawmakers adopted changes to the country’s judiciary in the hope of gaining access to billions of euros in EU funds. While Brussels welcomed the reform steps, it indicated Hungary needed further reforms to unlock EU cash. Hungarian lawmakers passed measured related to the reform of the judiciary this week in the hopes of unlocking […]

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Hungarian Parliament loses case at European Court

Sep 16, 2014

The European Court of Justice has ruled in favor of several opposition members of Hungarian Parliament and stated that their rights to freedom of expression were violated when Speaker László Kövér fined them for displaying anti government banners.

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European Court rules against Hungarian government

May 28, 2014

The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Hungary had fired one of its most senior judges for criticism of the government. The impact of the decision, however, will be mainly symbolic, as the ECHR imposed no punishment on Hungary.

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Hungarian company chief summoned to Croatia

Sep 12, 2013

Croatia’s anti-graft authority USKOK has summoned Zsolt Hernádi, Chairman-CEO of Hungarian fuels group MOL, for a hearing on September 25 as a suspect in a bribery case that resulted in a ten-year prison sentence for Croatia’s former Prime Minister.


Judge reinstated after forced into retirement

Aug 24, 2012

The Labour Court of Zalaegerszeg in southwestern Hungary has restored to her earlier position a judge who had been forced into retirement under a law, proposed by the Orbán government, which has now been annulled by the Constitutional Court.

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