EU initiates disciplinary action against Hungary

The European Union is initiating disciplinary proceedings against Hungary. This was announced by EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen before the EU Parliament on Tuesday. She thus confirmed a report by the Reuters news agency with reference to two insiders. According to them, the procedure could lead to the freezing of funds for the government of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. However, one of the people familiar with the matter said it could take months before the Commission submits the relevant measures to member states for a decision.

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