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EU executive chief concerned Hungary emergency measures go too far

Reuters Thursday, 2 April 2020
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen expressed concern on Thursday that coronavirus restriction measures taken by Hungary went too far and insisted they should be limited in time and subject to scrutiny.
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