At the last moment against corruption in Hungary – Hungary

In almost the last reprint, Hungary’s government submitted a second anti-corruption bill to parliament on Friday evening to avert threatened EU funding cuts of 7.5 billion euros. More than a week ago, as part of the new rule of law procedure, the EU Commission announced the cancellation of funding on this scale. In her view, the government of right-wing populist Viktor Orbán is “systematically showing inability, failure or unwillingness” to end the misuse of EU funds. At the same time, after an intensive negotiation process with Orbán’s delegates, the commission gave the country another chance to pave the way to recovery through appropriate changes to the law and the creation of new institutions.


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