Number 43

Spring 2011.
Real-existing democracy, Constitution and Law

CONTENTS
Main Articles

REAL-EXISTING DEMOCRACY, CONSTITUTION AND LAW


Philippe C. Schmitter: The Future of ‘Real-existing’ Democracy
Csaba Varga: On the Nature of Law in Communism
Zoltán Lomnici junior: Why Did Hungary Need to Adopt a New Constitution?
József Szájer: The New Fundamental Law of Hungary
Gergely Gulyás: Creation of the New Hungarian Constitution
Lia Maria Pop: Romanian Political System and the Global Crisis
Arvydas Guogis: The Development of Soviet Social Security System and Lithuania

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
Gipsy Life – IV. Central European Short Docfilm Fest – Budapest, 11 June, 2011
RCLS Workshop on Parliament – Prague, Czech Rep., 14-15 October 2011.
Wroxton Workshop of Parliament – Wroxton College, Oxfordshire, 28-29 July 2012
Fellows in Central European Studies – The 2011-12 Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation

B o o k   R e v i e w s
Daniel S. Hamilton: Europe 2020: Competitive or Complacent?