The Hungarian government has received a letter from Brussels, which contains a lot of corruption cases

Last week, the European Commission sent a letter to the Hungarian and Polish governments asking about the status of certain issues and long-criticized local regulations, the wrote.

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Poor public procurement rules, opaque trustees, hesitant prosecution, NAV not responding to OLAF’s requests – these are the problems in the Commission’s letter launching the mechanism for withdrawing EU funding.

A in accordance with Article the letters are of particular importance because they refer to the EU regulation on the “general conditions for the protection of the EU budget”. This is the regulation that was still to be called a rule of law mechanism last year, and the point is that it can be used to take EU money away from governments that threaten the democratic order.

Sending the two letters means that the European Commission is doing a lot of work in advance so that if the Court finds the regulation in order, it can quickly propose the imposition of sanctions.


Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by

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