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Hungary's law on NGO foreign funding is unlawful, says EU court adviser

Euractiv 14.01. 14:23

Hungary's law on NGO foreign funding is unlawful, says EU court adviser

Hungary’s law that requires civil organisations to disclose their foreign donors is in breach of European Union rules that protect the bloc’s fundamental rights, a legal adviser to the EU’s top court said on Tuesday (14 January). The law is part of a series of measures against what the government d»»»
Reuters 14.01. 12:01

Hungary's law on NGO foreign funding is unlawful: EU court adviser

FILE PHOTO: Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban holds an international news conference in Budapest, Hungary, January 9, 2020. REUTERS/Tamas KaszasBRUSSELS (Reuters) - Hungary’s law that requires civil organizations to disclose their foreign donors is in breach of European Union rules that protect»»»
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