Hungary’s New Constitution: Prospects for the Rule of Law & Liberty in New Europe

March 21, 2011 by  

At this critical juncture, Hungary has the chance to provide a model for proper constitutionalism in Europe. To fail, in the words of Alexander Hamilton, would be a “general misfortune for mankind.” Americans are watching with expectation Hungary’s new experiment in establishing good government.
The event was co-sponsored by the Hungarian American Coalition and the Heritage Foundation.

  • H. E. János Csák (Hungarian Ambassador to the United Kingdom and Member, National Consultation Committee on the Constitution)
  • József Szájer (MEP and Head, National Consultation Committee on the Constitution)
  • Maximilian Teleki (President, The Hungarian-American Coalition)
  • Robert Alt (Senior Legal Fellow and Deputy Director, Center for Legal & Judicial Studies, The Heritage Foundation)
  • Marion Smith, moderator

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