by Zsofia Szilagyi In 1999, Hungary took several steps forward on its long journey toward democratic consolidation-and just as many back. Politically speaking, the year was relatively stable for the government coalition of the conservative Fidesz-Hungarian Civic Party and the populist Independent Small-Holders’ Party, with only a minor government reshuffle. However, public support for the […]

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