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European Court of Justice fines Hungary 200 million euros for failing to adjust to asylum guidelines


The European Court of Justice ordered Hungary on June 13 to pay a wonderful of 200 million euros and an extra 1 million euros per day of delay for failing to adjust to the bloc’s asylum guidelines.

The Court had dominated in December 2020 that Hungary had did not abide by the bloc’s insurance policies for granting worldwide safety and returning unlawful migrants.

“In its judgment, the Court holds that Hungary has not taken the measures necessary to comply with the 2020 judgment,” it mentioned in a press release.“ That failure, which consists in deliberately avoiding the application of a common EU policy as a whole, constitutes an unprecedented and extremely serious infringement of EU law.”

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