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Published on Mar 28, 2011
University Professor Janos Kis -- an expert on contemporary political philosophy and democracy -- explained that part of Hungary's current constitutional crisis is partly based on the incomplete constitution making that took place in Hungary during the transition to democracy in the 1990s. In a wide ranging talk, Kis touched on constitutional developments throughout the region as a comparison, and invited audience members to ask him questions about the current constitution writing process in Hungary.
Kis was introduced by Oxford University's Denis Galligan of the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies and was organized by CEU's legal studies department and The Foundation for Law, Justice, and Society. Learn about all our special academic events on our website, http://www.ceu.hu.