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Hungary broke EU rules with education law, court says

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Hungary’s conservative government is breaking EU law with rules that led to the closure of a liberal university founded by billionaire George Soros, an adviser at the Court of Justice of the European Union said on Thursday.

The opinion of EU’s highest court said that the right-wing government of PM Viktor Orban had unfairly targeted the Central European University (CEU) with the law. Orban, a vocal critic of Soros, and his ruling Fidesz party have repeatedly been criticized by the EU over the…

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