Nóra Chronowski

Nóra Chronowski
National University of Public Service · Faculty of Law Enforcement

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This paper lists and critically assesses European Rule of Law enforcement instruments. It argues that these could have provided dissuasive responses to severe and systemic Rule of Law violations in Hungary, had they been applied consequently, promptly, and in a coordinated manner. But they have not been used, or not effectively, or not in a timely...
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Constitutional traditions can play an important role in the identity of states. A modern version of social integration can be based on constitutional identity. Hungary's public law history has few elements that are compatible with modern constitutional values. Our public law tradition is mostly one of affirming the prerogatives of the feudal estate...
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The paper focuses on the democratic rule of law principle as it appeared in the practice of the Hungarian Constitutional Court under the 1989 Constitution and the 2012 Fundamental Law. The rule of law doctrine had a paramount role in the argumentation of the Court in the 1990s as a normative fact and a programme of the Hungarian state. Under the Fu...
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Since 2010, Hungarian constitutionalism has turned in a direction that has widely been regarded as illiberal and has attracted criticism from European and international organisations and other Member States. Central to the change was the adoption of the new Fundamental Law in 2011. The Hungarian report explores the post-2010 period in the context o...
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The article joins the scholarly discussion regarding how the financial crisis affects constitutional adjudication. It is argued that constitutional adjudication is changing in Hungary partly with regard to the financial crisis, because references to the financial crisis are a strong element of the argumentation e.g. in foreign currency loan related...
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Developments in Hungarian constitutional law after 2010 suggest that the era in Hungarian constitutionalism characterized by a commitment to the rule of law has been replaced by an era where the law is regarded as an instrument available to government to rule. Under the new Fundamental Law, which places alike the 1989 Constitution the rule of law a...
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The Chapter focuses on the emergence of the postulate of universal human rights protection in Hungary on the basis of the 1989 Constitution of Hungary. Taken into consideration the challenges of international protection of human rights, the first part outlines how and in what way the Hungarian Constitution ensures the harmony between the internatio...
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The main objective of business and human rights dialogue is to expand somehow the (international) human rights obligations to multinational enterprises, transnational companies and other business entities. It is more than the corporate social responsibility as softly tries to create enforceable duties for companies beyond the self-regulation, and e...
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This country report is the final outcome of a research undertaken in the framework of "Project 10-ECRP-028 -- International Law through the National Prism: The Impact of Judicial Dialogue" within the "Judicial Dialogues in Eastern Europe" sub-project. It presents the Hungarian constitutional framework regulating the application of international law...
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The focus of this study is the application of the international law by Hungarian Constitutional Court and ordinary courts. The purpose of the paper is to reveal whether there is any judicial dialogue or just a national monologue in this field. To achieve this aim, after an overview of the constitutional and legal framework, the application of the i...
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While the European Union is in the process of carefully navigating among the various forms of sub-federalism, Member States – including recent ones like Hungary, trying to find an equilibrium between their sovereignty and European supranationalism – have to cope with possible conflicts between their national legal systems and EU law. Since Hungary'...
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The Hungarian Constitution attempts to regulate, although not very successfully, the relationship between international law, Community law, and national law in Articles 2/A and 7. However, the Constitution neither determines the status of Community law in the Hungarian legal system, nor explicitly regulates the status of international law. On the o...
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