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Hungary’s Orban derides ‘liberal imperialism’ after new EU court defeat

WorldNews Friday, 19 June 2020 ()
Hungary’s Orban derides ‘liberal imperialism’ after new EU court defeatHungary’s nationalist prime minister Viktor Orban has railed against “liberal imperialism” after the European Union’s highest court handed his government its second legal defeat in a matter of weeks. The European Court of Justice (CJEU) ruled that Hungary had breached EU law with 2017 legislation that forces some non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to disclose donations from abroad and label themselves as foreign-funded groups. In late May, Hungary reluctantly closed controversial...
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