Editor: Dániel Mikecz
As Covid-19 spread, governments around Europe enacted severe restrictions to contain the spread of the virus. In this scenario, many governments have deliberately exploited the emergency situation to dismantle the rule of law and restrict media freedom.
In this publication, authors assess lockdown measures implemented in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovenia. Authors analyse the impact of such restrictions on human rights and provide a thorough overview of the publics’ reaction towards the measures.