Parliament could vote for lifting the state of danger and special legal order introduced due to the coronavirus epidemic within two weeks, the Parliamentary and Strategic State Secretary at the Prime Minister’s Office announced at a press conference held on Tuesday in Budapest. Continue reading “Special legal order to end on 20 June”
The CoE’s commissioner for human rights urged Hungary’s president to return the law about administrative courts, while the Venice Commission wants the “Stop Soros” package to be repealed.
In an interview with Hungarian news site HVG, Dutch green MEP, resposible for the report about Hungary, said that she presented her report deliberately after the Hungarian general elections in April, in order to avoid influencing the voters. Continue reading “Sargentini: I want to protect the rights of Hungarians”
In its latest publication, the Migration Research Institute analysed the consequences of the USA’s decision to exit the UN Global Compact on Migration. Continue reading “Think tank: Trump made the anti-immigration fight harder”
The Szazadveg Foundation’s director of research, Balazs Orban published an article about the key developments regarding migration in 2017 in the foundation’s Focusing on Hungary newsletter; in his own words, to give an opportunity to assess the prevailing trends in irregular migration to Europe, as well as policy developments on both an EU and member states level. Continue reading “Top 5 developments of the migration crisis in 2017”