Changes in Parliaments - Parliaments in Change

Conference hosted by Ludovika University of Public Service and Brill Publishers (online), 3 May 2021

In: International Journal of Parliamentary Studies
Boglárka BorbélyPhD student, Postgraduate Doctoral School of Law and Political Sciences, Szechenyi Istvan University, Győr, Hungary,

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Hungary’s University of Public Service and Brill Publishers (Leiden, Holland) staged a joint online event on 3 May 2021 about the reactions of Parliaments as traditional institutions to the fast-changing political, social and economic environment of our age. The conference was occasioned by the launch of the International Journal of Parliamentary Studies. Timed to coincide with the Day of Parliament, the scientific event also commemorated the inaugural session of Hungary’s first freely elected Parliament on 2 May 1990. The conference was moderated by Zsolt Szabó, the new journal’s chief editor, as well as associate professor at the University of Public Service and the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church.

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