“The nature of a country’s civil procedure effects competitiveness”, Minister of Justice László Trócsányi said at a press conference in Budapest on 22 November 2016, after Parliament adopted the new Act on Civil Procedure.
At a press conference on Tuesday in Budapest, Minister of Justice László Trócsányi said that our legal arguments are strong in the quota lawsuit.
“If the proposal put forward by Jobbik with reference to the constitutional amendment were to be adopted then not even tourist visas could be issued”, Parliamentary State Secretary Pál Völner from the Ministry of Justice said at a press conference in Esztergom on Tuesday.
The Minister of Justice called the migration phenomenon “a true challenge for the whole world” at an international conference entitled Modern Migration: A Complex Approach to Migration organised by the Home Affairs Research Council on 9 November 2016.
“The 1956 Hungarian Revolution showed the whole world that the Hungarian nation wanted to return to Europe, to live in freedom and not in intimidation locked up behind the iron curtain”, declared Minister of Justice László Trócsányi in Brussels at the commemoration and concert on the 60th anniversary of the 1956 Revolution and War of on 26 October 2016.
On behalf of the Government, the Justice Minister speaking at the general debate of the amendment of the Constitution held on 17 October 2016 took the view: the position that community law overrides national law in every instance is wrong.
“Non-Hungarians cannot be relocated to Hungary’s territory” Minister of State for Government Communications Bence Tuzson highlighted from among the contents of the constitutional amendment submitted to Parliament, at a press conference held jointly with Minister of Justice László Trócsányi.
“At its session on Wednesday, the Cabinet discussed the constitutional amendment that will protect the country’s national and constitutional identity, the final version of which will be put before the National Assembly on Monday”, the Minister of Justice said at his press conference on 5 October 2016.
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