If you are a resident of the great nation of Hungary, you do not need anyone to tell you that something is always going on. In fact, there are so many things changing within the country that it can be hard to keep up with it all. However, you do not need to be an investor or even a businessman to benefit from knowing what is going on in the area. A simple check of the weather could be the difference between a good and bad day. Whatever the situation is, it always pays to know what is going on around you. Check out these biggest Hungary stories and reflect on how they might impact your life and the lives of the ones that you care about the most.
People from all around the world are talking about the coronavirus. Not only are they talking about, but they are being impacted by. The virus may have not made its way to your part of the country yet, but there is a good chance that you are feeling the after-effects of the aftermath. The good people of Hungary are. The virus was just in Italy a few days ago. Since then, several tests have revealed that it has made its way to Austria and Croatia. Fortunately, there have been no reports of infections in Hungary, but that doesn’t mean that the country hasn’t been impacted. It has been impacted.
Panic has set in, and as a result, not only hand sanitizers but several other food products are in short supply. A recent report published by Index shows that hypermarkets are running out of masks and disinfectants due to the nearing and approaching virus. Not only this, but some canned food items are starting to run low as well. Panic could sit in and the country could see an all-time epidemic on levels that they never expected.
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They gathered in the capital and commemorated the Nazi forces by draping themselves in black and carrying flags of their respective far-right movements heroes. Some even went as fat to lay wreaths in honor of the Nazis and collaborators that lost their lives on that faithful day. Everyone is entitled to his or her own beliefs, but there is simply no denying what the Nazis did was a true atrocity and should not be celebrated.
As a resident of Hungary, there is no debut that you have your own personal feelings and thoughts about outsiders coming into your country. Well, so does the country itself. And, they are not afraid to broach them. This is why the country finds itself back in court again. The European Commission has referred Hungary to the European Court of Justice over controversial laws that restrict people’s right to request asylum. This was only a move that came after the European Union sent a formal letter of concern to Budapest over the rulers – known as the “Stop Soros” laws. This was simply referring to the Hungarian-born billionaire, George Soros, whose philanthropic organizations have been supporting refugee work since early 2018.
It seems that the commission feels that these concerns have not yet been fully addressed. It also said that Hungary was in breach of EU asylum laws as well as the bloc’s character of fundamental rights. The Hungarian government responded by saying that they stood by their “Stop Soros” laws and were more than ready for the lawsuit. It is a well-known fact and a law that anyone helping people applying for asylum can be sent to prison. There is no denying that more people entering the country and working is taking away from the already-established citizens. This is why many immigrants are being detained at the borders, which brings up an entirely new case of concerns. The commission has raised its concerns about the issue and given the country one month to respond.
Source: Richard Finley