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On 12 June 2019 conference volume was organised by EKINT and TÁRKI on the issue of governmental manipulation and generating moral panic.
László Majtényi's essay on the change of the Hungarian political field.
English version will be available soon.
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Its real purpose is to silence members of civil society who are critical of the Government.
László Majtényi’s essay in Élet és Irodalom on 2 Februar 2018.
The Eötvös Károly Institute’s Analysis of the “Stop Soros” Legislative Package
End of the year newsletter from the president of EKINT
At present, when more than a year have passed since the Judgment came final, EKINT is still convinced that its implementation was not successful.
Between 2010 and 2014, an 'illiberal state' was being built in Hungary.
What can the Hungarian Constitutional Court do after the quota decision of the European Court of Justice?
EKINT's conference on representative democracy took place on 9 May 2017. Videos of the panel discussions (in Hungarian) are available here.
Summary aired at Klubradio about EKINT's conference on representative democracy.
EKINT's reaction to Márton Gulyás' demand for a more proportional system.
EKINT's analysis on the situation of the Constitutional Court in Hungary for the DRI.
Photos of the Let There Be Republic! cultural and political festival held at Gödör Klub on 18 March 2017.
The only country that has ever withdrawn from the European Convention on Human Rights was a military dictatorship.
Media coverage of the Let There Be Republic! festival held on 18 March 2017.
The Constitutional Court annulled the rules on new courts that should have been accepted by two-thirds of MPs instead of only the half of them.
Published in Élet és Irodalom on 6 January 2017.
The decision of the Constitutional Court on the constitutional review of EU decisions
LMP supports the government in the election of new Constitutional Court judges. The chances of constitutional restoration have been further reduced.
László Majtényi spoke about the results of the US elections and about the failed seventh amendment of the Fundamental Law of Hungary in ATV Start.
The government should initiate democratic discussion on the seventh amendment of the Fundamental Law instead of engaging in political bargaining.
Photos of the cultural and political festival, "Let There Be Republic!" held on 22 October 2016.
László Majtényi’s essay on the seventh amendment of the Fundamental Law was published in Élet és Irodalom on 14 October 2016.
(János Arany: Toldi, translated by William N. Loew) - An analysis of the fifth and sixth years of the Fidesz government by EKINT
Eötvös Károly Policy Institute’s statement on the result of the “quota-referendum” held on 2 October.
22 NGOs protesting against the inhuman politics of the Hungarian government against refugees in a joint statement.
A complex, analysing study about the background and the implications of the "quota-referendum" by the Eötvös Károly Policy Institute.
Video (with English subtitles) about the background of the "quota-referendum" in October by the Eötvös Károly Policy Institute.
The circumstances of the emergence of the sixth amendment on terror threat are still unclear.
EKINT calls upon opposition parties to stick to public and expert deliberation before voting on the sixth amendment of the Fundamental Law.
The proposed amendment of the Fundamental Law has to be rejected. Public and expert deliberation on counterterrorism must be started anew.
The Hungarian government has filled the Constitutional Court with loyal judges to create a judicial rubber stamp for government interests.
As a joint work of EKINT and several other NGOs a comprehensive analysis was prepared on the situation of European values in Hungary.
Joint collection by EKINT, the Hungarian Helsinki Comittee and the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union
Joint analysis by EKINT, the Hungarian Helsinki Comittee and the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union
The draft Constitution decreases the level of protection of fundamental rights.
The second wave of legislation by Hungary’s new Parliament – Violating the rule of law.
Criticism of the First Wave of Legislation by Hungary's new Parliament.
Concerning the execution of the death sentence of Saddam Hussein.
On the Parliamentary Commissioner for Future Generations.
On the election of the President of the Republic.
Constitutional Court decision has been made on the lawfulness of the cases of using a firearm.
Letter to brigadier general Péter Gergényi in the matter of flag burning by László Majtényi.
One of the universally recognized weaknesses of political consciousness in Hungary is the low level of trust in our constitutional institutions
The Iraq conflict has been at the forefront of global politics for about a year.
On the liability of the government to report to the European Union