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Brussels calls for a gradual transition from alarm plans to less intrusive deconfusion measures

May 14, 2020

Rule of law Vice-President of the European Commission Vera Jourova warned this Thursday that the gradual release from detention in the Member States should also result in their governments gradually “replacing” the coronavirus with “EU-issued emergency and emergency conditions” less intrusive “measures.

“We are entering a new phase in the EU in which some measures to protect public health are gradually being relaxed. This new phase means that exceptional states that give governments exceptional powers should be gradually withdrawn or replaced by further measures in a targeted manner and less invasive, “Jourova said to the entire European Parliament.

The Czech commissioner released this announcement as part of a debate on the rule of law in Hungary, in which the conservative prime minister, Viktor Orban, imposed a state of emergency that worries in Brussels because he is unlimited and provides punishment for him. Prison for spreading wrong information.

Brussels calls for a gradual transition from alarm plans to less intrusive deconfusion measuresBrussels calls for a gradual transition from alarm plans to less intrusive deconfusion measures

Jourova told MEPs that her services are reviewing all of the 27 prescribed alarms and that the outcome will be published in the annual rule of law report in partner countries, which she plans to publish by the end of the year.

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