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Hungary's Anti-Foreign NGO Law

The new rule targets groups receiving more than 24,000 euros annually in overseas funding.
Source: Zoltan Balogh / AP

Hungary’s parliament passed Tuesday a law imposing strict restrictions on NGOs that receive foreign funding—a move that has been criticized by rights organizations as a crackdown on dissent.

The law, approved 130-40, requires groups receiving more than 24,000 euros annually ($26,000

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