09 November 2016
"Human rights judges say Hungarian authorities were wrong in their decision to refuse to provide a NGO with information relating to the work of ex-officio defence counsel." Read more...
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"Human rights judges say Hungarian authorities were wrong in their decision to refuse to provide a NGO with information relating to the work of ex-officio defence counsel.
The European court declared this refusal a breach of the right of access to information."
Read full article: European court rules against Hungary in free expression NGO human rights dispute (Council of Europe link)
See: The Hungarian authorities’ refusal to provide an NGO with information relating to the work of ex officio defence counsel was in breach of the right of access to information (ECHR press release, pdf)
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