Justice Minister Judit Varga slammed Tuesday’s hearing of Article 7 proceedings against Hungary, saying it had become clear that the proceedings were “being controlled from the outside” and that certain interest groups were trying to create mistrust among European Union member states.
Joint Hungarian-Israeli educational development schemes, cooperation in innovation and the Stipendium Hungaricum programme offered by Hungary were in the focus of talks by state secretary for education Laszlo Palkovics in Israel, the human resources ministry said on Friday. Continue reading “Education cooperation with Israel”
The Venice Commission on Friday endorsed a preliminary opinion about Hungary’s law on higher education which stated that the law meets current European practice but includes several “extremely problematic” stipulations regarding foreign universities operating in Hungary. Continue reading “Venice Commission hasn’t changed its mind about “lex CEU””