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MEPs threaten to sue Commission over making EU handouts conditional
The European Parliament gave the executive two months to activate a conditionality system that links the reception of EU funds with respect for the rule of law and fundamental rights.
What's it like to be LGBT in Hungary amid Orban's rights crackdown?
Ahead of Budapest Pride this weekend, Euronews spoke to several members of Hungary's LGBT community to find out how a controversial new law had affected them.
'Norway owes us', says Hungary, after Oslo suspends aid in NGO row
Norway said Hungary refused to appoint "the best-qualified candidate" to manage the funds allocated to civil society.
EU to press on with legal case against Hungary despite referendum
"We find Hungary has failed to explain why the exposure of children to LGBTIQ content as such would be detrimental to their well-being or not in line with the best interests of the child,"
Judicial independence is a concern in some EU countries, says Brussels
The European Commission again highlighted Poland and Hungary as being of particular concern.
Hungary to offer citizens booster COVID-19 jabs from August 1
Prime Minister Viktor Orban confirmed citizens would be offered their third doses from August, regardless of age, health, or which vaccine they initially received.
EU begins legal action against Hungary over anti-LGBT law
The European Commission is contesting a controversial amendment that prohibits the depiction of homosexuality and gender reassignment to children.
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Europe's week: Slovenia takes over the Council presidency
The Slovenian Prime Minister, whose country has held the six-monthly presidency of the EU since July 1, has come under fire for his intimidation against the press and his interference with the judiciary.
Hungary threatened with EU sanction over anti-LGBT law
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen threatened to launch an infringement procedure against Hungary if it did not reverse a law critics say discriminates against LGBT people.
Hungary's anti-LGBT law is a 'shame' says Ursula von der Leyen
The European Commission President has asked her team to send a formal letter to the Hungarian government in order to ensure EU law is respected.
Fourteen EU countries denounce Hungary's new anti-LGBT law
Ministers from Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg gathered 13 like-minded countries in a critical statement that condemns Hungary for "stigmatising LGBTIQ persons".
Hungary holds France to 1-1 draw at Euro 2020
Hungary held world champion France to a 1-1 draw on Saturday during their Euro 2020 Group F match in Budapest.
Hungary votes on anti-LGBT bills amid protests
Thousands of protesters urged the Hungarian Parliament to vote against bills banning any content portraying or promoting homosexuality to young people.
Meet the emperor's grandson who wants to patch things up with France
György Habsburg, a descendant of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, has been appointed Hungarian ambassador to France.
Germany calls for abolition of EU member states foreign policy veto
Germany's top diplomat, Heiko Maas, told reporters on Monday that the bloc "can no longer be held hostage by those who paralyse European foreign policy with their vetoes."
ECJ dismisses attempt by Hungary to reverse MEPs rule of law vote
The bloc's highest court rejected Budapest's attempt to overturn a 2018 vote that started so-called Article 7 proceedings.
'I was innocent': Soviet-era ghosts return to haunt vaccine scientist
Katalin Kariko fled Communist Hungary to pursue her dream of helping to cure disease. 35 years later, her past is being weaponised.
Budapest's liberal mayor announces election bid to oust Viktor Orbán
Gergely Karácsony hopes to run as the united opposition's candidate for prime minister when Hungary goes to the polls next year.
Hungary is becoming a semi-dictatorship as the EU watches idly | View
"The EU has ignored the fact that within its borders a government is disregarding democratic values, leading the country towards populist-nationalist semi-dictatorship while they collect European taxpayers’ money."
If the pandemic can't unite Europe's east and west, what can? | View
"The EU divide between its post-Soviet members and western counterparts has long been its Achilles' heel," says GLOBSEC's chief economist Sona Muzikarova. "Even the pandemic has failed to forge more like-mindedness."
Hungary to ease lockdown despite COVID-19 surge
PM Viktor Orban said the country could start reopening after more than a quarter of the population has been inoculated.
Orbán, Salvini and Morawiecki form new right-wing European alliance
They met in Budapest on Thursday to introduce the alliance, vowing to create a "European renaissance based on Christian values".
Hungarian mayors battle government over finances
Opposition mayors in Eastern Europe are raising their voices against corruption and populism. We take a look at Hungary where they're accusing the central government of deliberate financial cuts to opposition-led municipalities.
Can Hungary survive Viktor Orban?
Historian and journalist Paul Lendvai lived through Hungary's Nazi occupation and witnessed the brutal suppression of the 1956 revolution by the Soviet Union. `Now he warns that Orban could be the next Alexander Lukashenko or Vladimir Putin.
Hungary's rule of law stance left Fidesz isolated in EPP, says Weber
The leader of the European Parliament’s biggest party said Hungary’s stance on rule of law was "too problematic" to keep Fidesz in the grouping.
Hungary PM Orban’s party quits largest group in European Parliament
Orban announced the decision in a letter to the chairman of the EPP, Manfred Weber, on Wednesday, making good on his threat to leave the grouping over changes to its rules.