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Judit Varga: Facts You Always Wanted to Know about Rule of Law but Never Dared to Ask

Rule of law has become a buzzword in the European Union. This week, the Council of the EU will meet to evaluate its annual Rule of Law Dialogue, and Belgium and Germany have proposed a Periodic Peer Review Mechanism for rule of law matters. The Commission and some Member States want conditions tying rule of law to funding decisions.
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Hungarian KINCS VP Balázs Molnár at American Principles Project’s State Lunch at Mayflower Hotel on November 19

Vice President of the Mária Kopp Institute for Demography and Family in Hungary Mr. Balázs Molnár spoke about the positive impact of the pro-family measures being implemented by the Hungarian Government during the American Principles Project’s annual State Lunch at the Mayflower Hotel on Tuesday, November 19.
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No, Senator Cardin, Hungary is not a “one-party state"

What Senator Cardin and the panelists said at the Brookings Institution’s event this week underscores that the Helsinki Commission and the Transatlantic Democracy Working Group remain deeply committed to pursuing a strongly anti-Hungary narrative based on misinformation and a poor command of the facts.
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Official notice on the hours of operation during a holiday (Monday, November 11, 2019)

We would like to inform our Consular Clients that due to the Observance of Veterans Day, the Consular Office of the Embassy of Hungary will be closed on Monday, November 11, 2019. Thank you for your understanding!
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Hungarian films at the National Gallery of Art

As part of the popular Film Program of the National Gallery of Art (NGA) in Washington, DC, the Hungarian films titled “The Selection” (A válogatás, dir: Gyula Gazdag, 1970), followed by the digitally remastered, 4K, original, uncut, restored version of the “The Witness (A Tanú, dir: Péter Bacsó) were screened with free admission in the Lecture Hall of the Western Building of NGA.
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