Orbán promises more transparency

Hungary has offered to change laws criticized by the EU Commission to eliminate rule of law abuses in the country. The government has already submitted part of these legislative changes to Brussels and promised further legislative changes if an agreement is reached with the Commission in the ongoing conditionality procedure, said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s chief of staff, Gergely Gulyas. He said this would give Hungary a “stricter and more transparent system than ever before” for the use of EU funds and public contracts.

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