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Title: Hungarian Media Law: Resolution adopted by the Left is pointless and only serves their political purposes (press release)
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Publisher: EPP Group in the European Parliament
Files: Hungarian Media Law_ Resolution adopted by the Left is pointless - 10_03_2011 - EPP Group.pdf
Abstract: In this press release of 10 March 2011, Simon Busuttil, the EPP Group Coordinator in the Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) Committee of the European Parliament, condemns the resolution which the Parliament adopted that day about the new Hungarian media legislation. The resolution is "unfounded, unreasonable and is intended only to score political points," says Busuttil, and "ignores the fact that the Hungarian Government has acted in line with the European Commission's proposals and that the Hungarian media law is fully in line with all EU laws, including the Charter of Fundamental Rights". As far as the EPP Group is concerned, concludes Busuttil, "the debate on the Hungarian media law in the European Parliament has come to an end".
Publication/ adoption date: 2011-03-10
Language: English
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