Commission increases pressure on Orbán

The EU Commission wants to get serious with financial sanctions against Hungary if head of government Viktor Orbán does not take effective action against corruption. The measures offered so far are not sufficient, a Commission spokesman said last night. Hungary now has one month to follow up. Then the authority will decide whether to propose measures to the Council of member states under the conditionality mechanism.

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