MEP Hidveghi on Rule-of-Law Conditionality Stalemate

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    Nov.30 — Balasz Hidveghi, a member of European Parliament and lawmaker in Hungary’s Fidesz Party, discusses the final stretch of budget talks before European Union leaders meet on Dec. 10. He also comments on the stalemate over the rule-of-law conditionality and what it means for Hungary and other EU nations. He spoke with Anna Edwards on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”

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