Hungary and Slovakia challenged Europe’s refugee scheme. They just lost badly.

Katerina Linos co-writes for The Washington Post, Sept. 8, 2017

The plan was initially supposed to transfer approximately 120,000 refugees from Greece and Italy to Central and Western Europe. However, key East European member states, including Hungary and Slovakia, forcefully opposed this decision from the get-go. … Wednesday, the E.U.’s highest court provided a final judgment rejecting these challenges and opened the door for significant refugee burden-sharing.