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sources of national law online

In the brief summary below you may find a selection of freely available essential databases and websites for accessing primary sources of national law from all over the world.

Published on - 2020-04-01 01:50:00
Category: News
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Tibor Joó, writer and philosopher died 75 years ago

Though lost in oblivion for decades, Tibor Joó was one of the most remarkable philosopher of history in Hungary. On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of his death, we remember his life and times.

Published on - 2020-03-30 12:07:00
Category: Anniversaries
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Freely available online resources for EU research

In this brief summary you may find a selection of freely available online resources you can make use of if your field of research is the European Union. Although the article is written in Hungarian, the resources, the URLs of which are provided in the text are available in all or most of the official languages of the EU.

Published on - 2020-03-30 11:05:00
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On the threshold of transition – Landmark elections of 1990 in Hungary

Thirty years ago, after fourty decades of state socialism in Hungary, on 25 March 1990, the first round of a free, democratic parliamentary elections took place.

Published on - 2020-03-25 04:09:00
Category: Anniversaries
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The man who reshaped public administration – Remembering Zoltán Magyary

The most renowned and internationally acclaimed Hungarian scholar of public administration, Zoltán Magyary was among the first in the world to recognize that in modern societies organization and administrative processes prevail over purely legal considerations, thus organizing public administration requires complex and multidisciplinary skills and experiences. His revolutionary school has fundamentally reshaped the future generations' thinking about public administration.

Published on - 2020-03-24 12:27:00
Category: Anniversaries
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A selection of our freshly acquired foreign titles - International organizations

The Library of Parliament places strong emphasis on the acquisition of timely and relevant foreign resources related to its main scope of collection, that is law, political science, history, international organizations and foreign parliaments. Below you may find a few summaries of books selected from this year's new arrivals in the field of international organizations.

Published on - 2020-03-21 10:20:00
Category: Book recommendations
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