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Hungarian PM's power to rule by decree to end on June 20: government

Reuters Tuesday, 26 May 2020
Hungary aims to lift a state of emergency spurred by the coronavirus crisis on June 20, its justice minister said on Tuesday, as the government prepared a bill ending the power to rule by decree which drew international condemnation.
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