Mar 12, 2013
Hungary's parliament 'ends separation of powers'
Hungary's parliament has disempowered the constitutional court by approving controversial constitutional changes - despite massive protest at home and abroad.
Hungary's ruling party to change constitution despite protests
Hungary's ruling party is set to push through changes to the constitution on Monday that critics say will curb democratic rights, despite warnings from European leaders and a protest by thousands of people in Budapest at the weekend.
Ruling favors Slovakia in dispute with Hungary
In this Dec. 6, 2008 file photo, Slovakian President Ivan Gasparovic, right, waves while Hungarian President Laszlo Solyom, shakes his hand before their meeting in Nove Zamky, Slovakia.
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EU court backs Slovakia in diplomatic spat with Hungary
Slovakia did not break European Union laws guaranteeing the free movement of people when it blocked Hungary's former president from visiting Slovakia three years ago, the EU's highest court ruled on Tuesday.