Constitutionalism and Democracy in the European Union - Are They Now Luxury Problems?

Constitutionalism and Democracy in the European Union - Are They Now Luxury Problems?

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Jan-Werner Müller, Professor at Princeton University held a presentation on 11 March, 2009.

11 March 2009.

On 19-20 September 2008, Attila Bartha, István Hegedűs and Beáta Huszka participated at the conference of LIBSEEN entitled “The Liberal future of the region” in Osijek.     

In the framework of the Citizen-rights project trainers of the Foundation for Democratic Youth in co-operation with the Hungarian Europe Society held sessions about democratic rights and responsibility for altogether hundred students of the...

The Hungarian Europe Society was one of the initiators of the demonstration held on 12 April 2017 at Heroes Square in Budapest against the proposed bill that would stigmatise non-governmental organisations.

In 1989 our region, Central and Eastern Europe rose up. The countries of the region regained their freedom and independence, and they started on their path of democratization and development. Finally, in 2004, the V4 countries joined the European Union, an area of freedom and democracy.  For...

Allow me to immediately give a brief answer to the headline of this session “Towards an European public sphere?” - I do not think we have one yet, and I am slightly skeptical as to the pace of the development towards it.