2015. szeptember 30. 13:54
The changes of the electoral system became inevitable because the Constitutional Court declared different elements of the applicable laws unconstitutional twice, in 2005 and 2010.
2014. március 13. 15:08
How Hungary went from having one of the most admired legal systems in the world to the most worrying symbol of democratic decline in Europe.
2013. április 5. 9:12
Your campaign against Hungary based on distortions of facts and the free use of unsubstantiated opinions will not deter us from doing what we think is right for Hungary and the Hungarian people.
2013. március 28. 14:11
The institutional erosion in Budapest clearly violates the spirit of fundamental European values.
2013. március 22. 11:00
I'd like to congratulate the Hungarian government for the many laudable things in the new constitution.
2013. március 21. 9:18
Fidesz has gathered all of the powers of the Hungarian government into its own hands, without checks from any other political quarter and without any limits on what it can do.
2013. március 21. 9:01
Hungary has been a constitutional democracy, respecting the rule of law and the rights of the citizen ever since the transition to democracy more than twenty years ago.
2013. március 20. 17:45
On Tuesday, March 19, the Helsinki Commission of the United States Congress held a hearing on Hungary, entitled “The Trajectory of Democracy – Why Hungary Matters.” Among those testifying, only one was from Hungary: Dr. József Szájer, Member of the European Parliament from Fidesz. The Globe reached Dr. Szájer by phone just after the hearing. The following is our interview.
2013. március 14. 14:42
Viktor Orbán triggered alarm bells around Europe in 2011 when he used a two-thirds majority in parliament to push through a series of measures that concentrated political power.
2013. március 3. 9:26
The government is now seeking revenge for the various defeats it has suffered by introducing into the Parliament a 15-page constitutional amendment that reverses its losses.
2013. január 10. 10:18
One of the most widely discussed topics of 2012 was the Government of Hungary’s new law requiring voters to register in order to exercise their right to vote, which according to Hungary’s Constitutional Court would be unconstitutional, so it won’t happen in the near future.
2013. január 7. 9:00
Fidesz decided to end its controversial push for voter registration, which is arguably the party’s most significant concession since it was elected to a two thirds majority in Parliament in 2010.