Jourová: Reforms in Hungary are not yet enough

Commission Vice-President Věra Jourová has praised Hungary’s progress on rule-of-law reforms. The changes adopted to strengthen the independence of the judiciary are “an important step in the right direction”, Jourová said after the General Council meeting in Brussels. Progress was also evident in the fight against corruption and conflicts of interest, she said, but “there is still work to be done”.

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