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Partial success in the “National Consultation” lawsuit

A final order of the court required the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister to suspend the distribution of the “National Consultation questionnaires” by post and online, at least the part that refers to the Hungarian Helsinki Committee. The Hungarian Helsinki Committee went to court on 1 October because of the statements in the “National Consultation questionnaire” that are misleading and misrepresent facts.

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We speak truth to power

Márta Pardavi, co-chair of the Hungarian Helsinki Committee spoke  at the hearing on "the Situation in Hungary" in the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE).  The speech can be read here.

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Authorities terminated cooperation agreements with the HHC

Authorities terminated cooperation agreements with the Hungarian Helsinki Committee and denied access to police detention, prisons and immigration detention after two decades of cooperation and 2000+ visits. The HHC can no longer monitor human rights in closed institutions, even though NGOs' access to police, prison and immigration detention reduces the risk of torture and ill-treatment and contributes to improving detention conditions.

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Two Years After

The HHC's new Information Note summarizes the changes that took place since Fall 2015 in the field of asylum and shows how these changes have erected, step-by-step, a new wall around Hungary.

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