Justice Min outlines consumer protection policy priorities

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Justice Minister Judit Varga outlined consumer protection priorities over the next four years in a post on Facebook on Tuesday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

Varga said policy will hinge on accessibility, making the tools of consumer protection user-friendly. Policy will also address issues of digitalization, seeking "appropriate legal solutions for the dark side of technological development", and ensure the protection of children.

She said uniform legal practices will be exercised in the framework of the policy.

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