Post-Communist Mafia State: The Case of Hungary

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In an article in 2001 the author analyzed the way the Hungarian political party Fidesz (the Federation of Young Democrats) was eliminating the institutional system of the rule of law as it was on government for the first time. At that time, many readers doubted the legitimacy of the new approach, in which the author characterized the system as the 'organized over-world', the 'state employing mafia methods' and the 'adopted political family'. Critics considered these categories metaphors rather than elements of a coherent ...

Post-Communist Mafia State: The Case of Hungary 2016, Central European University Press, Budapest

ISBN-13: 9786155513541

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