At least 15,000 people are protesting for the fifth day in Hungary's capital Budapest against what they call 'slave' laws.
Several thousand people marched through Hungary's capital on Sunday in a fourth day of demonstrations against new laws that critics say restrict workers' rights and undermine democracy.
Tens of thousands of protesters gathered in Warsaw and cities across Poland for candle-lit vigils, chanting "Free Courts" and demanding that President Andrzej Duda, an ally of the ruling PiS party, veto the bill.
John B Judis, an American political analyst, suggests that populism poses no threat to electoral politics but rather it expands democracy.
Hungarian PM Victor Orban, former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl state that European Union cannot take in anymore refugees
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