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The V4 MEPs, especially from Slovakia, Poland and Hungary do not support the EU intervening in the internal affairs of the member states, even if the fundamental rights might be in danger. The Commission does not seem convinced either that imposing sanctions will solve conflicts.
We also read this:
The Budapest attorney general’s office and the State Auditor’s Office have launched over 100 investigations into procurements undertaken by the Hungarian National Bank’s Pallas Athéné foundations without soliciting competing bids.
Poland and Hungary are fighting against refugee redistribution, despite a clear ruling from the EU’s highest court. Poland’s right-wing government has copied many of its recent anti-democratic measures from Hungary.
Three times a day, a bright red antique train engine trundles 6km along a narrow-gauge railway line through the Hungarian village of Felcsut, home of prime minister Viktor Orban, pulling two mostly empty carriages behind it.
Fidesz asked Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government to carry out a “national consultation” about Brussels’ plans to distribute asylum-seekers in the EU, a week after the EU’s top court ruled against complainants Hungary and Slovakia.
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