In 1996, Hungary's government has received wide acknowledgment abroad for its economic program, even while it delayed domestically unpopular austerity measures. At the same time, disagreements between the ruling-coalition parties have prevented them from fulfilling many of their election pledges, including giving the country a new constitution

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