HCLU on Hungarian Constitution

Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (HCLU) is a human rights watch-dog NGO established in 1994. The HCLU received an invitation to take part in the work of the ad-hoc Parliamentarian Committee on Constitution Drafting. HCLU declined the invitation. The reasons why HCLU made this decision reflects our opinion on the draft of the new Constitution. In

Answer to open letter of the Luca Coscioni Association

Dear Colleagues, If we ask someone what comes into mind about Hungary, the answer is mostly two things. The first is Puskás, the legendary Hungarian football player of the Real Madrid. We do not want to include his success into the new Constitution, not like the other thing that always comes into mind about Hungary:

Nonviolent Radical Party says no to Italian model in Hungary

To the Members of the Hungarian Parliament Dear Colleagues, We are informed that according to a document published by your Ad hoc Parliamentary Constitution Drafting Committee, Hungary’s drafted Constitution should include the protection of life understood as starting from the conception. Moreover the proposal provides special protection to the institution of marriage, understood as the