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Bugár pushes for constitutional amendment

THE CHAIRMAN of the ruling Hungarian Coalition Party, Béla Bugár, proposed to that the heads of the ruling parties support a constitutional amendment that would bind Slovak representatives to adhere to the decisions of the parliamentary EU affairs committee in talks with the EU.

The ruling Christian Democrats have been campaigning for such a constitutional amendment for some time now, but the party has not yet found support for its proposal, wrote the economic daily Hopodárske noviny.

Compiled by Martina Pisárová from press reports
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