Is the Hungarian Constitution Good? The Evaluation of the Hungarian Fundamental Law in, Academic, Political and Social Perspectives

The paper intends to add a practical approach to the panel; it analysis if the features of a good constitution characterise the Hungarian constitution.
The Hungarian constitution of 2011 is the newest and perhaps the most debated in Europe. The constitution contains the common achievements of human rights and a state structure fit to a parliamentary system, still, it is often blamed for being ideologically biased and does not ensure rule of law and separation of powers.
The paper concludes that scholars, politicians and practical lawyers have different aspects when evaluating a constitution. The paper intends to sum up the different approaches and evaluates the experience of the first ten years of the constitution. Relying upon the experience the paper seeks the answer if there can be a general answer for the “goodness” of the constitution.