Member of the European Parliament Daniel Freund on what the EU should do regarding democratic backsliding in Hungary.
“This is about the survival of the EU”
Interview with Green Party MEP Daniel Freund about fighting corruption and democratic backsliding in Hungary.
“Awful timing”: Hungary to deepen relations with Iran
European lawmaker Katalin Cseh criticizes the Orbán government’s move to deepen relations with the Iranian regime.
“Orbán’s rhetoric that the EU has no legitimacy is just bogus”
This is Part Two of the interview with Dr. Tom Theuns, assistant professor of Political Theory and European Politics, on the complexities of decision-making procedures in the European Union. Read […]
“Can EU members really accept a union with autocratic states?”
Tom Theuns, assistant professor of Political Theory and European Politics, on how the European Union deals with democratic backsliding.
Is Hungary a full democracy?
The European Parliament has adopted an unprecedented resolution on the state of democracy in Hungary.
EU countries protest Hungarian anti-LGBTIQ legislation
Sixteen of the 27 EU member said they want the Commission to take action.
Hungary: Commission launches infringement proceedings
Brussels is trying to put more pressure on Budapest to repeal a controversial law on NGOs.
EU border police pulls out of Hungary
Frontex, the EU agency for controlling the Union’s external borders, has decided to withdraw its resources from Hungary.
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