In yet another double standard, Brussels questions media freedom in Hungary
By Andrea Bocskor
The Hungarian media situation featured on the agenda of the latest session of the European Parliament’s Committee on Culture and Education (CULT). During the course of the meeting, several members of the Committee observed that the media situation in Hungary is much more favorable than in many other EU member states. However, none of these countries are subjected to the same kind of criticism that Hungary must endure. Why is that?
As I pointed out, in Hungary – unlike in Slovakia and Malta – journalists are not murdered, but we don’t hear the same intensity of concerns about…