Published On: Wed, Sep 12th, 2018

EU to take disciplinary action against Hungary


Putting Hungary in a difficult state, the European Union has voted in favour of initiating disciplinary actions against the far-rightist nation, which is accused of derailing the peaceful existence of their citizens by stifling their right to know what happens around them and their rights to express what they like and what they dislike.

There are allegations that the Hungarian government has curtailed the fearless expression of media rights and committed several human rights violations in the pretext of protecting the internal security of the country. The Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, has denounced all allegations raised against his country. Mr Obran has claimed that it was an attempt to blackmail the country. There are clear indications in his recent statements that he would dare to stand firmly against any actions initiated by the EU and might sought the assistance of whosoever are willing to protect them and help them overcome their biggest crisis.

In the European Parliament, the resolution seeking action against Hungary has received more than two-third majority (that is, over 448 votes). If the resolution gets the accent of the European leaders, the Hungarian representative’s right to vote in the parliament and the union will be revoked and even the country might be forced to suffer some economic difficulties.

Will this new developments impact the EU? Let’s wait and see.


Vignesh. S. G

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EU to take disciplinary action against Hungary