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After days of mass protests, lawmakers voted to officially drop the draft law that would have forced media outlets and NGOs that receive 20% of their funding from abroad to register as "foreign agents".
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Spain’s government approves draft law on transgender rights
The Spanish government has approved the first draft of a bill that would allow citizens over the age of 14 to legally change gender without a medical diagnosis or hormone therapy.
Majority of Spanish MPs vote in favour of law allowing euthanasia
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Hungary proposes draft law to ban adoption for same-sex couples
The new law would mean that only married couples can adopt children and single people can only adopt with special permission from the minister in charge of family affairs.
Denmark proposes change to sexual violence laws requiring consent
The Ministry of Justice has hailed the proposal as a huge step towards equality.
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The Hungarian emergency law would enable Prime Minister Viktor Orban to rule by decree. This happens in other countries, but critics say the Hungarian emergency law has no clear limitation in time - therefore a risk for the rule of law.
Greece redefines rape after initial draft law sparked criticism
The Greek government made a U-turn on the definition of rape after an initial draft law sparked fierce criticism from society, NGOs, and parliament members.