The Supreme Court has dismissed the HCLU vs. Ministry of Justice and Law Enforcement lawsuit

Today, the Supreme Court reached its verdict in a second instance decision. The decision was to dismiss the lawsuit. You can find the details by clicking on!

The HCLU requested public interest data relating to the issueing of the draft of the Constitution. The HCLU appealed the final verdict and asked for a review proceeding at the Supreme Court.

During today’s review proceedings, the court has dismissed previous verdicts, stating that proceedings should have been initiated against the person of József Petrétei and not József Petrétei, then Minister of Justice and Law Enforcement.

It is the HCLU’s opinion that no substantive verdict was reached, and that the object of the lawsuit still awaits to be answered.

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