Rule of law Hungary

At a glance: Hungary's elections and the rule of law

This Sunday, Hungarians will head to the polls to elect a new parliament. Why is this a crucial election not just for Hungary but for the EU as a whole? What are the major rule of law issues in the country and what role do they play in the elections? Where does Hungary stand internationally on democracy and rule of law?

DRI's Jakub Jaraczewski put together the most important facts on the elections and the rule of law in our quick overview.

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