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        Debate over compensation for inmates and Roma rolls on

        Monday, January 27th, 2020

        Weeklies and weekend editions of dailies right across the political spectrum discuss the implications of the government’s plans to suspend payment of compensation for  inmates who have won court cases for overcrowding and Roma children taught in segregated classrooms. Each side accuses the other of inciting hatred and threatening the constitutional order. READ MORE

        Government suspends payment of compensation to inmates

        Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

        A liberal commentator thinks that the government’s decision to suspend the payment of compensation to inmates further weakens the rule of law. A pro-government columnist welcomes the decision, and finds it fully in-line with the opinion of most Hungarians. READ MORE

        Conservative lawyer lambasts the Curia

        Monday, December 16th, 2019

        A conservative legal expert accuses the high court of violating Constitutional principles by acquitting demonstrators who mocked the Catholic liturgy in a pro-choice performance. READ MORE

        European Court rules in favour of gay marriage

        Tuesday, June 12th, 2018

        A pro-government columnist worries about the prospect of unelected officials and judges imposing their own values on nations within the European Union.  READ MORE

        Constitutional Court postpones discussion of ‘lex CEU’ and ‘NGO’ bills

        Thursday, June 7th, 2018

        A liberal and a pro-government pundit lambast the Constitutional Court for not discussing the constitutionality of the so-called ‘lex CEU’ and the anti-NGO legislation. READ MORE

        European court rules against sexual orientation test for asylum seekers

        Saturday, January 27th, 2018

        A pro-government columnist calls for tougher measures against NGOs who help migrants, as the top European court rules against the psychological testing of asylum seekers who seek protection on the grounds of being victims of homophobic persecution. READ MORE

        Red sludge catastrophe to be retried

        Thursday, February 9th, 2017

        A conservative commentator welcomes a ruling by the court of appeal to order a retrial of the executive staff members of the MAL aluminium company. READ MORE

        Syrian-Cypriot migrant border rioter sentenced to 10 years in jail

        Saturday, December 3rd, 2016

        A conservative columnist thinks that the court was right to sentence a Syrian migrant with residence in Cyprus for inciting a riot, using force against the police and crossing the border illegally. But she finds it deeply problematic that such behaviour is regarded as ‘terrorist activity’ under Hungarian law. READ MORE

        Court acquits leaders of alumina plant in red sludge trial

        Monday, February 1st, 2016

        The leading pro-government daily finds it outrageous that the leaders of the MAL 幸运彩票中奖分析软件, responsible for a 2010 industrial accident in western Hungary in which ten people died, were cleared of the criminal charges against them. A left-wing commentator blames the government for suggesting that the management bore responsibility for the disaster. READ MORE

        Former Socialist Budapest Deputy Mayor receives suspended sentence

        Thursday, January 28th, 2016

        As the former Deputy Mayor of Budapest gets a suspended prison sentence, commentators both on Left and Right ponder the wider political implications of the court ruling. READ MORE