MEP report urges EU to increase pressure on Poland over rule of law

By |maj 26th, 2020|civil liberties commitee, Juan Fernando López Aguilar, News, Poland, rule of law, Věra Jourová|

MEPs on the European Parliament's Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee (LIBE), working on a draft report on the situation in Poland, have called for "decisive action" by the other EU institutions.

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MEPs take stand against UK fingerprint data exchange scheme

By |maj 8th, 2020|civil liberties commitee, European Parliament, Juan Fernando López Aguilar, News, Patrick Breyer, Prüm decision, Prum treaty|

Lawmakers in the European Parliament's Civil Liberties committee have signalled their disapproval at the UK's participation in a fingerprint data exchange scheme with EU member states after the country's decision to withdraw from the bloc.

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MEPs shut out of Hungary Council hearing as rule of law situation worsens

By |november 22nd, 2019|Article 7, civil liberties commitee, EU Parliament, European Parliament, Finnish Presidency, Hungary, illiberal democracy, independence of judiciary, judicial reform, News, Viktor Orbán|

MEPs are reeling after being shut out of a Council hearing under the Article 7 procedure against Hungary for systemic breaches to the rule of law, as the situation in the country further deteriorates.

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MEPs demand triggering Article 7 against Hungary

By |april 13th, 2018|Article 7, civil liberties commitee, Hungary, infringement procedure, News, rule of law, Viktor Orbán|

MEPs are demanding the launch of an infringement procedure against Hungary for breaching 'core EU values', just days after Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s sweeping election success.

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