"At first, they said that this constitution would be carved in the stone, but after just one year, there have already been four amendments! The length of this amendment constitution and of the constitution itself, shows that they are trying to regulate every detail of the constitution in order to prevent it from being changeable in the future."
Giacomo Manca, an intern at New Eastern Europe, talks to Katalin Vida and Csaba Jelinek from Hallgatói Hálózat, a student group involved in the Hungarian opposition, which started during the protests against higher education reforms.
To read the full interview visit: https://www.neweasterneurope.eu/node/846
We are extremely pleased to announce that this interview launches our new column: New Eastern Europe's New Voices, or New Voices, for short, which focuses on publishing and accepts contributions from students writing about Central and Eastern Europe.