25 July 2019
"The European Union on Thursday (25 July) took Hungary to the EU’s highest court over controversial legislation against assisting migrants, known as the “Stop Soros” laws."
EU takes Hungary to court over ‘Stop Soros’ migrant law (euractiv, link):
"The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, decided to refer Hungary to the Luxembourg-based court over “legislation that criminalises activities in support of asylum applications and further restricts the right to request asylum”, a statement said."
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