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About Rudolf Ungváry

Rudolf Ungváry is a writer and senior research associate of the Hungarian National Library. He has published novels, biographical essays and political analyses; in his other field he is the author of several works on knowledge organisation, concept theory and information retrieval. His current book, Invisible Reality. The Fascistoid Mutation in Contemporary Hungary (Kalligram, Bratislava, 2014) analyses the present political situation in Hungary.

 

Articles by Rudolf Ungváry

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Rosemary Bechler is openDemocracy’s Editor.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Hungary: ruling in the guise of democracy

After 1989, within two decades, the hitherto ‘dormant’ authoritarian, leader-worshipping, order-obsessed right-wing mentality has gradually found its way to the surface. Its institutional shape is precisely impossible to define.

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