Viche 2013 4

4, 2013

Constitutional changes in Hungary in 2012: basic innovations and their influence on social and political development of the state

After the Second World War when the pro-Bolshevik Hungarian Working Peoples Party came to power in Hungary, in August in 1949 the Constitution (Law XX of 1949) drafted similarly to the Basic Law of the USSR of 1936 was approved by the State assembly of the country. Consequently, in honor of the mastermind and one of editors of the latest the new Constitution got the name of Stalin or Bucharynska in Hungarian professional literature.