Reduction of EU funds: Hungary’s government submits law

The Hungarian government has submitted a first law to parliament to avert a threatened cut in EU funding. It provides for an incompatibility rule for members of boards of trustees of public foundations and improved administrative assistance for the EU’s Anti Fraud Office OLAF. The law appeared on the Hungarian parliament’s website on Monday evening. The government of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán plans to introduce another legislative package on Friday.

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