Ministry of Justice

László Trócsányi

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Government to postpone the coming into force of the Act on Public Administration Courts

Ministry of Justice, May 30, 2019 3:18 PM

On 12 December 2018, the National Assembly adopted the Act on Public Administration Courts and the Act on the Coming into Force of the Act on Public Administration Courts and Certain Transitional Regulations, which include the organisational, administrative and legal status regulations that are vital to the creation of an independent public administration court organisation. The latter piece of legislation set the date for the coming into force of the Act on Public Administration Courts as 1 January 2020.

Hungary continues to reject migrant quotas, the Hungarian people have already decided on this

Ministry of Justice, May 16, 2019 11:11 AM

It is shocking that Brussels still wants to impose the immigration quotas upon us. Hungary continues to reject the refugee quotas forced upon us from outside, and the decision of the Hungarian people, too, compels the government to take this stance, Pál Völner, Parliamentary State Secretary of the Ministry of Justice told the Hungarian news agency MTI on Wednesday.

We need genuine European brotherhood

Ministry of Justice, May 10, 2019 1:05 PM

We need a genuine European brotherhood, it is important that Europe must not lose its soul, Justice Minister László Trócsányi said at a conference on Christian Europe and Hungary held in the Parliament Building on Thursday.

EU must respect national sovereignty

Ministry of Justice, May 9, 2019 2:15 PM

The EU must respect national specificities and national sovereignty, the national identities of Member States “because Europe in itself is a complex continent, and there cannot be a single way of thinking in it,” Justice Minister László Trócsányi stressed at a conference on Thursday in Budapest.

European Union remains competitive if Member States preserve their competitiveness

Ministry of Justice, April 26, 2019 8:46 AM

The European Union can only remain competitive if its Member States preserve and strengthen their competitiveness, the Justice Minister said.

Hungarian government says no to anti-Semitism

Ministry of Justice, April 17, 2019 1:08 PM

The government says no to anti-Semitism, and condemns all anti-Semitic acts, the Justice Minister said at the central commemoration held on Tuesday in Budapest on the occasion of the memorial day for victims of the Holocaust in Hungary.

Government continues to stand against mandatory migrant quotas

Ministry of Justice, April 17, 2019 8:44 AM

The European Court scheduled the hearing of the so-called quota lawsuit which was instituted by the European Commission against Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic for 15 May.

Stop Soros continues to stand in the way of Brussels’ pro-immigration plans

Ministry of Justice, March 25, 2019 7:55 PM

The infringement procedure instituted due to the Stop Soros legislative package is likely to end before the European Court because the Hungarian government continues to insist on not wanting immigration without Parliament’s approval, and the illegal facilitation of migration will also remain a punishable offence, the Parliamentary State Secretary of the Justice Ministry said at his Friday press conference in Esztergom.

Only strong nations can rise to challenges

Ministry of Justice, March 25, 2019 12:03 PM

Only a strong Europe comprised of strong nations can give the right answers to the challenges of our time, including the migration crisis, Justice Minister László Trócsányi said on Sunday at the Budapest migration conference of the Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC).

La loi hongroise sur les juridictions administratives est conforme aux normes européennes

Ministry of Justice, March 19, 2019 3:59 PM

Le 9 novembre 2018, au nom du Gouvernement hongrois, le ministre de la Justice de Hongrie, László Trócsányi a sollicité l’avis de la Commission de Venise concernant les lois hongroises relatives à l’établissement des juridictions administratives. Le 4 mars 2019, la Commission de Venise a adressé son projet d’avis au ministre de la justice dans lequel elle a formulé plusieurs observations et recommandations.