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Hungary Protest
Hungarian media is once again under attack. After years under the Orbán regime, most media outlets have been closed down or taken over by government sympathizers, and media pluralism is now virtually nonexistent in Hungary. In February 2021, Klubrádió, Hungary's last independent radio station was stripped off of its license and is henceforth only available online - presenting another blow to media freedom in Hungary.
Protests in Poland
Amidst a raging pandemic, the Polish government published the decision by the Constitutional Tribunal in October 2020, which makes abortions in the instance of severe and irreversible impairment of the fetus illegal. Unsurprisingly people are on the streets, protest, rebel or decide to organise bottom-up dispersed forms of activism. However, the existence of these movements in themselves is not enough to create a strong counter system for the ruling, right-wing party PiS and thus the question: where is the opposition?
Kaja Kallas
Estonia is the first country in the world that appointed a female president and a female prime minister. Since the previous PM Juri Ratas from the Centre Party (Eesti Keskerakond) resigned after a corruption scandal, Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid (Independent) appointed Kaja Kallas from the Reform party (Reformierakond) as the first female to be PM in Estonia. So, what can we expect from the new coalition government that was formed in January?
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