Orbán and Hungary given two weeks

The European Comission gives Viktor Orbán two weeks to show it’s new media law complies with EU rules.
Even if Hungary is the leader of the bloc the next six months, the EU might take legal actions if Viktor Orbán and his government doesn’t change the controversial media law.  France, Germany and Britain have been harsh critics of the new media law, with concerns that the new Hungarian media law contravenes European regulations on freedom and broadcasting.

Orbán said that if the EU executive obliged him to do so, he would amend the media law.