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Published on Feb 15, 2012
Constitutional scholar Kim Lane Scheppele visited Central European University to discuss the legality of the newly-enacted Hungarian constitution. In a four-pronged argument, she says the new basic law is fundamentally flawed and out of synch with the country's previous governing document.
Prof. Scheppele was a guest of CEU's Political Science Department, and is the first in their series of lectures, "Hungary in the Spotlight."