The far-right populist government has manufactured a new enemy: the LGBT community. But as polls show increasing support for same-sex couples, will the government's scapegoating translate into success at the ballot box?
France and Germany have presented a joint call asking for formal hearings under Article 7 in the Council, to take place in June after the elections, on the serious threats to fundamental values in Hungary and Poland.
2019 is set to be an exciting and challenging year. The European Parliament will hold elections, and Liberties will be touring Europe to share our new book giving insight on why populists appeal to voters and how we can reverse their success.
When you say that it's not true that George Soros wants Hungarians to eat insects, you may sound convincing in the moment. But months later, people will only recall something about Soros and eating bugs.
Why did the European Commission decide to take Poland to court over the forced retirement of Polish judges? Here's an explainer so you can stay up-to-date on the EU’s struggle to uphold democratic values in its member countries.