13 December 1996 ARPAD GONCZ HAS BEEN THE MOST POPULAR Hungarian politician ever since he was elected president in 1990. In the period of the first parliament and the Jozsef Antall-Peter Boross nationally orient-ed conservative government (1990-1994), a serious con-flict emerged between the president and the parliament, and even more so between the president and […]

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