Opinion of the Venice Commission on the process of drafting the new Constitution of Hungary

Share

Related articles

The Statement of HCLU Regarding the New Amendment Proposals Presented in Relation to the Media Law

HCLU continues to maintain its position that the Bill regarding the fundamental rules of press freedom and media content is conceptually misguided, and therefore we ask for its removal from the Competent.

You may read our position here (in Hungarian).

Capital Court of Appeals Verdict: the protection of public authority institution’s reputation cannot restrict the freedom of pol

Today, the Capital Court of Appeals has reached its verdict in the 2nd degree proceedings of the Ministry of Justice and Law Enforcement vs. Viktor Orbán. Read on for the details!

Freedom of speech triumphs over Auchan Hungary Ltd.

The Budapest Court of Appeal has reversed the verdict of first instance on 14 Sept, 2006, in the case of Auchan Hungary Limited versus The Clean Air Action Group. According to the decision, András Lukács, President of The Clean Air Action Group was not guilty of defamation as originally charged. András Lukács was represented by Environmental Management and Law Association (EMLA) and HCLU.