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Hungary: “The Constitution's Table”

The Contrarian Hungarian writes about a new regulation that requires “every municipal council in Hungary [to] set up a table to display the country’s newly enacted constitution”: “The table must be covered by glass, and the constitution on the table must be opened on page 28 […]. Next to the table, a chair must be set. […]” Marietta Le of Remainder of Budapest reports several sightings of mock “Constitution's Tables” around Budapest.

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