Journalist Andrea Keleti in Budapest contributed to this report. Stars Screen Binge Culture Media.
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Demonstrators stand outside Hungary's Parliament on Sunday in Budapest. The demonstrations began last Wednesdayafter Hungary's Parliament passed legislation pushed through by Fidesz. The government told CNN the "voluntary changes to working hours" were "in the interest of the workers" and would Tusentals samlas ater i dag people to work and earn more. Hungarian law previously permitted businesses to demand up to hours overtime annually.
Parliament also passed a second controversial law Wednesday that will create a new system of courts in the country. They will be overseen by the justice minister and handle cases concerning "government business," such as tax and elections, Reuters reported. The government said the new courts, which are set to begin operating next year, will be independent and "in line with current European approaches and standards.
But with Orban's justice minister expected to oversee the hiring of judges, rights groups warned the move will take the country further down the path to authoritarianism. Since Orban's populist Fidesz party swept into power inand most recently won a landslide victory in April this year, it has come under increasing fire from the European Union over its crackdowns on democratic institutions.
Earlier this yearthe European Parliament took the unprecedented decision to trigger Article 7 -- a disciplinary process -- against Hungary, a rarely invoked process designed to prevent member states from breaching the EU's "core values.
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