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Katharina Pistor | Project Syndicate | February 21, 2022
In ruling against Hungary and Poland’s challenge to the European Union’s rule-of-law budget conditions, the EU Court of Justice has adopted a potentially problematic approach. Rather than focusing squarely on the principles at stake, it has met the applicants’ “fake legalism” with textual legalism of its own.
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