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The European Court of Justice ruled that the bloc can cut funding to member states that are flouting democratic standards, pointing at Poland and Hungary. EU's top court ruling is a landmark decision regarding how the bloc deals with populist leaders that are accused of undercutting democratic rights and values. 

  • Zoom in: Poland and Hungary, two large recipients of EU funds, have been under criticism for years of shifting away from democratic norms such as exerting excessive control over the judiciary, cracking down on press freedom and denying LGBT+ rights.

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