The European Court of Human Rights, acting as a secondary court, has ruled that Hungarian authorities violated some rules in the case of two asylum seekers, but said that confining them to the transit zone at Hungary’s southern border was not against the law. Continue reading “Varga: ECtHR makes momentous decision”
Hungary’s Minister of Justice Judit Varga wrote an op-ed for Euronews. Here’s the full text:
The government has decided not to set up a separate system of public administration courts but legislation currently under preparation will make public administration court procedures faster and more predictable, the justice minister said on Thursday.
Hungarian Justice Minister Judit Varga discussed issues concerning the next European Union budget with Finland’s minister for European affairs Tytti Tuppurainen in Brussels on Monday. Continue reading “Finnish PM to visit Budapest”
Facebook must provide written guarantees that it would not disclose the transcripts of users’ voice calls to third parties, or else Hungary’s data protection authority (NAIH) will ban the service provider from doing so, NAIH chief Attila Peterfalvi told MTI on Thursday. Continue reading “Authority demands Facebook guarantees to protect users’ privacy”
Finding ways to regulate the excessive power of multinational technology companies will be one of the biggest challenges of the coming decades, Justice Minister Judit Varga said at an event at the Sziget festival on Sunday.
We still have many battles to fight, Hungary’s new minister of justice, Judit Varga told Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap in a recent interview. Continue reading “Justice minister: Central Europe must be respected”