Laszlo Balogh via Reuters
The European Commission is working on a letter of formal notice to Hungary for the anti-Lgbtq law. According to what is learned, the explanations of Budapest in Brussels were not considered satisfactory, and barring changes of direction by the Orban government, the opening of an infringement procedure appears inevitable.
“We are not yet at the stage where we can say that an infringement letter has been sent” to Hungary for the anti-LGBTQ law, “but we will not stay long without acting. A letter of formal notice takes time, and we will make announcements when the time comes, ”European Commission spokesperson Dana Spinant told a question.
“The European Commission will use everything in its power to ensure that the rights of all EU citizens are guaranteed. We will not hesitate to act, as guardians of the Treaties, ”added Christian Wiegand, spokesman for the Community Executive for the rule of law.
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