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Soon the EU Council will approve a regulation on energy security. Visegrad MEPs were instrumental in securing it. Wojciech G─ůsior V4 MEPs are among the most influential in the EP when it comes to energy policy, according to Votewatch. The energy security regulation requires member states to help each other if one of them should… » read more

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The V4 MEPs, especially from Slovakia, Poland and Hungary do not support the EU intervening in the internal affairs of the member states, even if the fundamental rights might be in danger. The Commission does not seem convinced either that imposing sanctions will be the best way to solve the conflicts with Polish and Hungarian… » read more

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Pressuring journalists not to speak ill of those in power has become commonplace in the Visegrad countries. While the governments take over or sue newspapers and TV stations, the opposition is reluctant to discuss the issue on the international stage and the EU lacks the tools to intervene. The situation of the media in V4… » read more

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