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In the European Parliament plenary session in Strasbourg earlier today, MEPs voted in favour of a resolution that will seek to launch legal proceedings against the European Commission due to its failure to implement financial sanctions on Hungary and Poland for these nations' undermining of rule of law regulations.
- Case set to be lodged at ECJ later in the year. MEPs argue that the rule of law mechanism, which ties the dispersal of EU funds to respect for rule of law regulations, should have been invoked by the Commission.
- Reforms to the Polish legal system and Hungary's restrictions on the funding of foreign NGO's (counter to EU rules) have each seen relations between capitals and Brussels deteriorate in recent months.