While Europe was busy disciplining Hungary and Poland, the far-left Socialist government of Spain, preparing for re-election, surreptitiously smuggled its politicians into the Constitutional Court.
‘Today, European law, which had previously been on an equal footing, seems to be seeking hegemony over the legal systems of the member states, no longer merely to harmonize them, but to incorporate them in a furtive federalism.’
Law professor James Allan claims that although written constitutions are very popular around the world, they may not deliver what they promise to citizens.
The organic development of the Hungarian constitution endowed the nation with its self-image, will and continuity as Roger Scruton argued.
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