On November 10, the Pest county court wanted to continue the trial in the 2019 Danube boat tragedy. However, the judge could not question the South Korean survivors because they did not understand what the interpreter said.
According to telex.hu, the judge asked for a new interpreter who could not translate one of the court warnings. Therefore, he had to postpone the hearings and search for a new interpreter. Thus, the trial will continue in December.
In its statement, the prosecutor’s office said the prosecutor’s decision pertained to the fact that the judge had suspended the Hungarian criminal court procedure rather than to the judge’s request to the CJEU. Whereas the Kúria, Hungary’s supreme court, also initiated disciplinary proceedings against the judge who referred the case to the CJEU, it later retracted them, it added.
The quality of the Swedish-Hungarian language interpretation at the court was questioned,
the primacy of EU law requires the lower court to disregard the decision of the supreme court of the Member State concerned,”
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