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Conference "25 years of freedom in Central Europe" in Budapest

On the 13th of November 2015, Grigorij Mesežnikov participated in the conference "25 Years of freedom in Central Europe", organized in Budapest by Kodolányi János University, Mikes Kelemen Foundation, the Journal The Central European Political Science Review and other partner organizations.

In his speech in the plenary session of the conference, the president of IVO focused on the course of the transformation process of Slovakia after 1989, the peculiarities of the Slovak journey of transition to democracy and the challenges for the current liberal-democratic regime.

Along with G. Mesežnikov in the plenary session of the conference, Oľga Gyárfášová (from the FSES UK Bratislava, also an expert of IVO) also had a presentation, focusing on the democratic changes in Slovakia from the perspective of the public opinion, prof. Laurence Whitehead (Oxford University, UK), Carlos Flores Huberias (University of Valencia, Spain) and Lia Pop (University of Oradea, Romania).

More information about the conference program can be found on the web mikeskalapitvany.hu.



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