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The President of the Republic recently sent the election reform bill to the Constitutional Court for preliminary normative review, which could prove to be the next real hit for the Fidesz-led legislature.
The Court sent a very clear message to Parliament that if they want to amend the Basic Law, they better do so according to the Basic Law they themselves adopted just over a year ago.
Hungary ranks the 4th most transparent country in the region after Estonia, Slovenia and Poland. However, Hungary ranks only 19th out of the 27 European Union countries.
The Hungarian designers featured by OurStyle incorporate a great deal of variety – in colors, fabrics, cuts, and styles – that combine to create an eye-catching look that can’t quite be replicated anywhere else.