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Messed-up tourist attractions from EU moneyA delegation of the EP Committee on Budgetary Control is now visiting Hungary, planning a trip to see the Felcsút miniature railway that has eaten of HUF 600 million. We have to recognize however, that this country can offer a lot more than just a ghost train in the Prime Minister’s village.
Resisting anti-democratic rulesJuly 12 was the deadline for registering ourselves as foreign funded NGOs. K-Monitor has already decided back in April, when the government announced this law that we will not comply with a regulation that is discriminatory and against democratic values. We still think that resistance is the right reaction.
We’re here to stay and to continue our workOn Tuesday, 13 June, after two postponed votes, the Hungarian Parliament adopted the Law on the Transparency of Foreign Funded Organisations. The community of civil society organisations united in the Civilizáció campaign continue to believe that the law is unnecessary, stigmatising and harmful.
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