An estimated 15,000 people rallied in Hungary's capital Budapest on December 16 to demonstrate against controversial new laws that the Hungarian parliament pushed through on December 12 that creates a parallel administrative court system that is controlled directly by the executive branch of the government that allows the justice minister to control the hiring and the promotion of judges that preside over cases affecting both public administration and malpractice in the government - a move that ...


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