Rule of law and human rights continue to be undermined in Hungary, with increasing pressures on the media and civil society, and ongoing discrimination against ethnic and religious minorities. Free expression by media has been undermined by court rulings, while tax laws discriminate against independent media companies. Authorities have targeted civil society organizations through surprise financial audits, criminal investigations and public shaming. Roma continue to face systemic discrimination, through attacks and forced evictions. Migrants and asylum seekers face administrative detention.