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Twitter Space: Hungarian elections and the rule of law

Hungarians head to parliamentary elections on Sunday 3rd April. With the country facing a rule of law crisis and the EU at odds with Budapest, the outcome of the vote will have major implications both in Hungary and abroad.

Join us as we discuss with three experts Sunday's crucial vote in Hungary and its possible consequences for the rule of law in Europe: 

  • Marta Pardavi, Hungarian Helsinki Committee
  • Daniel Hegedus, German Marshall Fund for the United States
  • Laszlo Detre, Forum Transregionale Studien 

Jakub Jaraczewski, Research Coordinator on Rule of Law at DRI, will moderate the event.

Click the link on the Tweet below to access the recording of our Twitter Space "Hungarian elections and the rule of law". 

Democracy Reporting International (DRI) works to improve public understanding of the rule of law in the EU as part of the re:constitution programme funded by Stiftung Mercator. Sign up for DRI’s newsletter and follow us on Facebook and Twitter to find out more about the rule of law in Europe.


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