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"In favour. For the first time in its history, Parliament today declared that legal and constitutional changes in a Member State are incompatible with the values of the EU set out in Article 2 of the Treaty on European Union. There is a long list of areas in which Hungary is at odds with European values: the independence of the data protection authorities, independence of the judiciary, media pluralism, rights of minorities and rights of the political opposition. The recently adopted Fourth Amendment to the Constitution, in particular, is a reason for serious concern as it gravely undermines the role of the Consitutional Court. Ever since Victor Orban’s Fidesz Party obtained a two thirds majority in the Hungarian Parliament in 2010, there has been a systemic and general trend of changes to Hungary’s constitutional and legal framework that are incompatible with common European values as referred to in Article 2 of the Treaty on European Union – democracy, rule of law, liberty, equality and respect for human rights, including the rights of people belonging to minorities."@es2

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