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Analysis: New EU tools to prevent backsliding on the rule of law within the bloc [Video]

Analysis: New EU tools to prevent backsliding on the rule of law within the bloc

So far, the EU's response to assaults on the rule of law was based on infringement procedures, European Court of Justice rulings, and - in the case of Hungary and Poland - the so-called Article 7..

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EU top court to rule on Hungary limits on foreign-funded NGOs [Video]

EU top court to rule on Hungary limits on foreign-funded NGOs

EU top court to rule on Hungary limits on foreign-funded NGOs

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Hungary ends emergency powers, but new law opens up potential to re-apply them [Video]

Hungary ends emergency powers, but new law opens up potential to re-apply them

As Hungary ends its controversial "state of danger," critics remain suspicious about the powers Viktor OrbΓ‘n’s government has gained from the coronavirus crisis.View on euronews

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Hungary debates end to emergency powers, but new law opens up potential to re-apply them [Video]

Hungary debates end to emergency powers, but new law opens up potential to re-apply them

Hungary debates end to emergency powers, but new law opens up potential to re-apply them

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Transgender couple angry at new Hungary ban [Video]

Transgender couple angry at new Hungary ban

For Hungarian transgender couple Tamara Csillag and Elvira Angyal life is on hold, their wedding is postponed, and they are angry. Hungary last month banned people from changing their gender on..

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As airlines suffer, Wizz still bets on expansion [Video]

As airlines suffer, Wizz still bets on expansion

Budget carrier Wizz says it's sticking to expansion plans despite the global slump in air travel, but TUI says it's delaying new jet deliveries. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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Viktor Orban and Hungarian government poised to give up unrestrained powers [Video]

Viktor Orban and Hungarian government poised to give up unrestrained powers

The much-criticised emergency powers introduced at the end of March are to come out of legislation this week, according to the Justice minister. View on euronews

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Hungary passes bill ending legal gender recognition for trans citizens [Video]

Hungary passes bill ending legal gender recognition for trans citizens

Hungary passes bill ending legal gender recognition for trans citizens

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Hungary: Flashmob at the airport [Video]

Hungary: Flashmob at the airport

50 flight attendants of one of Europe's leading low-cost airlines, Wizz Air, danced at Budapest Airport. View on euronews

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Hungary: 'Critics silenced' in social media arrests as EU debates Orban's powers [Video]

Hungary: 'Critics silenced' in social media arrests as EU debates Orban's powers

The EU calls for emergency powers to be eased along with lockdowns, amid concern at a spate of arrests in Hungary over social media posts.View on euronews

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Europe's week: Summer dreams, Brexit bust-ups and Hungary under fire [Video]

Europe's week: Summer dreams, Brexit bust-ups and Hungary under fire

Europe's week: Summer dreams, Brexit bust-ups and Hungary under fire

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