The paper argues that this current Hungarian constitutional system was made possible by FIDESZ’ anti-pluralist nationalist populism, and commitment to an ‘illiberal state’. To achieve this aim the populist government misuses the country’s lack of constitutional culture, and violates the values of constitutional democracy in the name of its own understanding of ‘national constitutional identity’.
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