Judit Fridli sociologist, director of HCLU 1994-2004

Gábor Halmai constitutional lawyer, director of INDOK

Ethan Nadelmann drug politician, director of Drug Policy Alliance

Zoltán Simon communication expert

Balázs Szabados journalist

István Szikinger constitutional lawyer

Attila Gábor Tóth constitutional lawyer, HCLU founder


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