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Romania could join Hungary in stopping promotion of LGBT to children

Brussels has been at odds with Warsaw and Budapest for many months. In the case of Poland, EU officials are fixated on the reform of the judicial system and the planned media law, while Hungary is being criticized mainly for restricting the promotion of sexual minorities and LGBT content in schools. The European Commission has […]
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Poland’s Supreme Court strikes back

A new stage in the struggle for judiciary reforms in Poland. The Supreme Court suspends government regulations forcing its judges into early retirement. The President and Chairman of Constitutional Tribunal declares that these actions have no legal basis

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