Hungary’s Justice Minister announced on Tuesday that the country’s parliament had cleared the way for the government to bring the European Union to court over its proposed scheme to redistribute refugees across the bloc based on a quota system. Minister Laszlo Trocsanyi said the government plans to file the suit before the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg at the beginning of December.
The bill passed by the parliament accuses the EU of ignoring the right of individual national governments to “express their opinion” by trying to share 160,000 refugees across all 28 member countries based on population.
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