Hungary’s P.M Viktor and his ruling party Fidesz rammed a law through parliament that poses a new threat to the independence of the country’s judiciary.
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Thousand protesters marched peacefully through Budapest for a fourth day to oppose laws by the Hungarian government to restrict workers’ rights.
Hungary creates new court system under Government control giving P.M Orban’s government close control over what will become a crucial part of the judiciary.
Hungary’s Central European University, founded by billionaire George Soros, announced on Monday that it had been “forced” out of the country.
Fears raised about press freedom in Hungary Friday over a new centralized structure for media organizations supportive of Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
Hungarian government condemned by Human Rights First today after closing Central European University (CEU) top ranked, graduate-level academic institution.
Huge Hungary’s pro-government media outlets said Wednesday they were donating their companies to a foundation, creating huge right-wing media conglomerate.
Márta Pardavi is being presented the William D. Zabel Human Rights Award for her work as an ardent defender of the rights of refugees in Hungary.
The award comes in the wake of an assault on human rights and the rule of law in Hungary including a law criminalizing providing assistance to migrants.
EU considers stripping Hungary of its voting rights to punish it for weakening democracy and the rule of law