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On 3rd November 2020, the Hungarian Government declared a state of emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Democracy and the rule of law have regressed across a large number of European countries in 2020, according to a new, wide-ranging report involving 14 national members across the EU of the Civil Liberties Union for Europe (Liberties).
Authoritarians in Hungary, Poland and Slovenia abused the pandemic to continue eroding democratic standards, but traditionally strong democracies also disappoint.
Free assembly is vital to democracy. It shouldn't come as much of a surprise, then, that authoritarian governments in Europe are restricting this right in illegitimate ways.
If a restrictive new act on public gatherings on national holidays is accepted, the Hungarian government will have found another way to seriously restrict freedom of assembly, according to the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union.
On the 10th August, tens of thousands of anti-corruption protestors gathered on the streets of Romania’s capital, Bucharest. According to reports, the crowd chanted “resign” and “thieves” in front of the main government building.
In a letter issued to the Oktyabrsky District Court of Vitebsk city in Belarus, Civil Rights Defenders calls for the immediate release of Pavel Levinov and for all administrative charges against him to be dropped. He...
The European Union has told the Kremlin to release "without delay" the hundreds of people arrested during protests across Russia on Sunday. Russia's main opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, was among those arrested...
The police officers that used violence against a protester during the St. Nicholas festival in Rotterdam on November 12 will not be prosecuted. During the event, members of the group Kick out Black Pete held a...
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