- 26 Jan 2018 7:57 AM
The man had sought asylum in Hungary, saying that he had been persecuted in his home country because of his homosexuality.
The Hungarian authorities called in a psychologist, who could not verify if the man was indeed homosexual, and his application was turned down.
The decision was reviewed by a Hungarian court, which escalated the case to the EU’s top court.
The Luxembourg court said that psychological testing would impact a person’s “most intimate aspects of life”.
Republished with permission of Hungary Matters, MTI’s daily newsletter.