Hungary: Council must now decide

In the dispute over frozen funds for Hungary, the EU Commission passed the ball back to the member states. In a letter to the current Czech EU presidency, Commissioner for Budget and Administration Johannes Hahn reiterated the assessment that the recent anti-corruption and anti-nepotism measures taken by Budapest were not sufficient (You can find the letter and the annex here).

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