SLOVAKIA'S HUNGARIAN minority, with an active and vocal political representation, has succeeded in drawing international attention to its concerns. In cooperation with Hungary, ethnic Hungarian politicians in Slovakia have involved international organizations in their disputes with the Slovak government, in one case invoking pressure from the Council of Europe to ensure passage of minority-rights legislation.

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