Hungary's PM wins emergency powers to fight coronavirus
Monday, 30 March 2020 Hungary's parliament granted nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban the right to rule by decree on Monday to fight the coronavirus, ignoring calls by opponents and rights groups to put a timeframe on the extra powers.
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 process. But now, the EU is introducing new tools. View on euronews
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It appears that director Denis Villeneuve isn't completely happy with the finished cut of the film Dune, and he's hoping to squeeze in a few new scenes before the epic hits cinemas on the 18th of December.
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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 identity documents, in a move LGBT+ advocates said was creating panic among transgender people who feared an increase in discrimination and attacks. Freddie Joyner reports