Should Hungary’s Constitution be Reformed or Transformed?

October 11, 2010 by  

Our guest debaters were András Jakab (Associate Professor of Law at Pázmány University and editor of the Commentary of the Hungarian Constitution) and István Stumpf (professor of political science at ELTE university Faculty of Law and judge on Hungary’s Constitutional Court). András Jakab argued that Hungary’s new constitution should reflect modest constitutional reform while István Stumpf argued for a more radical transformation of Hungary’s constitution. In addition to our keynote debaters, there were also lively speeches from the floor. This was the second debate of our “Constitution of Liberty” project, a new initiative to raise public awareness about key constitutional concepts and debate the essential questions of Hungary’s political principles.

— A detailed Summary will be posted here soon —

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