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Thursday, May 2nd, 2019

When do Ministers Travel to Brussels? The Case of Hungary

This paper investigates the determinants of Hungarian ministers’ participation at Council meetings over a decade long period. It aims to identify factors explaining why ministers decide to absent themselves from some Council meetings while participating in others. The analysis uses an original data set that includes information about individual meetings...
Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

The triple crisis in Hungary: The “Backsliding” of Hungarian Democracy after Twenty Years

This paper tries to point out that the three consecutive crises (the triple crisis) in the New Member States (NMS) have claimed the heavy social price that has been responsible for the drastic “backsliding of the new democracies”. These countries underwent a transformation recession in the early nineties and, once...
Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Proceedings of the Constitutional Court and the Ombudsman’s Activity: First Steps in Practice on the Basis of Regulation of the Basic Law

Abstract This article represents a viewpoint from the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights of Hungary on the constitutional challenges and novelties experienced by this country, in particular on the relations between the Ombudsman and the Constitutional Court. It covers the practice involving these two institutions and offers some justifications for the substantial changes...

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