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
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
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
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
THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ON THE WRONG TRACK- Cure for the “sick democracy” of European parliamentarism
Summary • Thanks to the amending treaties, the influence of the European Parliament (EP) has grown steadily since its creation. 42 years ago it has gone astray and today no longer represents the democratic functioning of the European Union, but its institutional self-interests.
Nézőpont Intézet has compiled its 2020 Germany-Hungary barometer examining the two nations’ opinions on each other and their bilateral relations. The barometer was prepared with the support of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Foundation for a Civic Hungary by interviewing 1000 persons in each