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The Future of Rule of Law Constitutionalism in Hungary

In the light of complex multi-level criticism of the state of the Rule of Law in Hungary and the role it plays in the European Union, the future of Rule of Law constitutionalism has been in the spotlight and subject to intense public debate among politicians, academics and the broader public.

The event, co-organized with our Review of Democracy, aimed to make a significant contribution to the on-going conversation by offering a platform to several leading personalities at the heart of the rule of law engagements to exchange views on the future of constitutionalism in Hungary.

The discussion featured EP Vice President Michal Šimečka, Hungarian PM Candidate Péter Márki-Zay, Princeton Professor Kim Lane Scheppele, our Senior Research Fellow András Sajó, our Co-Director Renáta Uitz, and was moderated by New York Times journalist Benjamin Novak.

Watch the recording:

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