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1. “Historiker: Ungarische Bischöfe als KP-Spitzel entlarvt”, ORF, 2006-03-03.  ("Laut einem Bericht der Ungarischen Nachrichtenagentur MIT hat der Historiker Krisztian Ungvary erneut namhafte Vertreter der katholischen Kirche als ehemalige Mitarbeiter des kommunistischen Geheimdienstes entlarvt.")

2. Charles Gati (professor and interim director of Russian and Eurasian Studies at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington), “Hungary’s Backward Slide”, New York Times, 2011-12-12.

3. Kim Lane Scheppele (director of Princeton’s Law and Public Affairs programme), New York Times, 2011-12-19. 

4. “Press Freedom in Hungary: Prime Minister Launches New Offensive against Journalists”, Der Spiegel, 2011-07-14.,1518,774480,00.html

“Hungary: Media Law Endangers Press Freedom”, Human Rights Watch, 2011-01-07.

5. “Hungary’s new constitution: Family friendly, hostile to gays”, Euractive, 2011-03-28.

6. “Political deal lets Vatican in on new Dominican Republic constitution”, Concordat Watch.

7. “Hungary: bill on family protection submitted to Parliament”, European Pro-choice Network, 2011-12-05.

8. “Hungary’s Government to Launch Anti-Abortion Campaign”, Wall Street Journal, 2011-05-05.

9. “Hungary sponsors bold pro-life campaign with EU money - Eurocrats enraged”, Life Site News, 2011-06-15. 

10.  “Government pressing ahead with religion classes at all schools support for Hungarian-language nurseries in neighboring countries”, Politics Hungary, 2012-04-23.

11. “In Recession-Hit Hungary, Churches Take Over State Schools”, Eurasian Review, 2011-09-09.

12. “Concordat on finance (1997) : text”, Concordat Watch.

13. Roger Kiska, “European Rights Court: Hungary Can't 'Play Favorites' in Registering Churches: Rules That Parliament Cannot Deem Legitimacy of a Religious Body”, Zenit, 2014-04-22.

14. “Hungary: Rule of Law Under Threat: Government’s Damaging Changes to Legal Framework Require EU Action”, Human Rights Watch, 2013-05-16.

15. Dan Bilefsky, “Hungarian News Media Fight Laws of Silence”, New York Times, 2013-03-19.



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