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ACTIVE, SOCIABLE AND AUTONOMOUS – The first six months of the new President of Hungary

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On 10 November, Katalin Novák, President of Hungary, completed her first six months in office. The Nézőpont Institute has reviewed the evolution of the President's conception of her role as president and the impact this has had on her popularity. The proportion of those satisfied with the perform
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AN INNOVATIVE AND TRADITIONALIST PRESIDENT – Katalin Novák’s first 100 days in office

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Katalin Novák was elected by the Parliament as the President of Hungary on 14 March 2022, and took office on 10 May. The Nézőpont Institute has overviewed the first 100 days of her presidency, examined the support behind her and attempted to provide an explanation for her popularity. At the first
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BEFORE A FREE AND FAIR ELECTION – 20 CHARGES AND FACTS IN LIGHT OF THE 2018 OSCE REPORT

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Summary The Hungarian electoral system’s 2011 reform met several social, political and legal expectations. In spite of this, the new regulation has been criticised in the past decade. The majority of the objections have been made by opposition parties or civic groups that are critical of the go
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THREE YEARS AND A HUNDRED MEETINGS – PUTIN’S RELATIONSHIP WITH WESTERN LEADERS

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Since the 2014 conflict in eastern Ukraine, the liberal media has labelled Vladimir Putin as an undesirable person in world politics and thus putting pressure on some countries’ leaders and distorting international relations by calling into question whether holding talks with him is acceptable. Dipl
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THE HUNGARIAN AND THE SERBIAN GOVERNMENTS ARE THE MOST STABLE IN CENTRAL EUROPE, AND THE PERFORMANCE OF THE HUNGARIAN, SERBIAN AND POLISH GOVERNMENTS IS THE BEST IN 2021

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In 2021, three quarters of the 12 Central European countries faced a government crisis. Only the Hungarian, Serbian and Croatian governments could preserve their stability, as revealed by a comparative analysis of Nézőpont Institute. There is a clear connection between governments’ stability and the
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