Hungary’s Minister of Justice Judit Varga wrote an op-ed for Euronews. Here’s the full text:
The government has decided not to set up a separate system of public administration courts but legislation currently under preparation will make public administration court procedures faster and more predictable, the justice minister said on Thursday.
The issue of the state of the rule of law is not a legal one in Hungary, but rather one of honour, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said after talks with his Finnish counterpart in Budapest on Monday. Continue reading “Orban: Rule of law in Hungary ‘matter of honour’”
Hungary’s general foreign policy aim is to nurture good ties with the world’s leading powers, and the results of this year show that it has managed to fulfil this goal, head of the Prime Minister’s Office, Gergely Gulyas, told a news conference on Friday. Continue reading “Gulyas: Hungary strives for good relations with world powers”
The Hungarian nation today has the political and economic calibre to protect itself and preserve its independence, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Saturday in his annual address at the “Tusvanyos” summer university. Continue reading “Orban at Tusvanyos: Yes to democracy, no to liberalism”
We still have many battles to fight, Hungary’s new minister of justice, Judit Varga told Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap in a recent interview. Continue reading “Justice minister: Central Europe must be respected”
The government’s proposals for the transformation of the network of research institutions including its separation from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) poses a threat to academic and scientific freedom, MTA chairman Laszlo Lovasz said on Wednesday. Continue reading “Academy chairman slams got proposals”