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Hungarian court to rule on challenge to EU law, says Orban

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Economy27 minutes ago (Dec 10, 2021 07:10)

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungary’s constitutional court is expected to rule on a government motion challenging the supremacy of European Union law on Friday, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told public radio.

Last month the court discussed a challenge by the justice minister to an EU court ruling that said Budapest broke EU laws designed to protect refugees by deporting them to the Serbian border.

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