Prime Minister’s Office chief Gergely Gulyas, at a regular press briefing on Wednesday, said the reason behind the European Commission’s recent decision to sue Hungary over the “Stop Soros” package of laws was that the outgoing body was “aiming to cement its policies in its remaining months”. Continue reading “Gulyas: Outgoing EC aiming to cement policies”
The European Commission has decided to refer Hungary to the Court of Justice of the European Union over its “Stop Soros” package of laws, initiating the third phase of the ongoing infringement procedure in connection with that legislation. Continue reading “EC takes Hungary to court over ‘Stop Soros’ law”
The European Commission has entered its infringement procedure against Hungary concerning Hungary’s “Stop Soros” laws in the next phase, the body announced on Thursday. Continue reading ““Stop Soros” infringement procedure stepped up”
The Hungarian government will not participate in next week’s European Parliamentary debate concerning observance of the rule of law in Hungary, Gergely Gulyas, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office, told a press conference on Thursday, arguing there was no basis for discussion. Continue reading “The government won’t attend the EP’s debate on Hungary”
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to return the law about administrative courts, while the Venice Commission wants the “Stop Soros” package to be repealed.
The Open Society Foundations is turning to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg (ECtHR) to appeal against Hungary’s “Stop Soros” laws, the organisation said on Monday. Continue reading “Soros foundation appeals to Strasbourg court over “Stop Soros” laws”
Hungary will not withdraw its “Stop Soros” package of laws or its related constitutional amendment, according to the government’s response to the European Commission regarding the infringement procedure launched over the legislative packages, a justice ministry official said on Wednesday. Continue reading “The Stop Soros stays”