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Posted inCentral Europe & BalticsRegions

A Slippery Slope

The ruling party’s passage of a new constitution for Hungary over the objection of all the others was a practice no real democratic state would tolerate. Balint Szlanko is a journalist in Budapest. RELATED ARTICLES Recent New EU columns: “>Spilled Gravy in the Lobbies of Power It’s not technically illegal for members of the European […]