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On 24 November 2020, a group of opposition MPs found out that all President, Prime Minister and President of the Federal Assembly are running for the office of Judges. It sparked a large controversy, and, finally, a public voting for new constitutional amendment was held, about that if they could run in judicial election. The results of the referendum approved that they could run, as less than a half of population participated (5 from 13 citizens).
 
On 24 November 2020, a group of opposition MPs found out that all President, Prime Minister and President of the Federal Assembly are running for the office of Judges. It sparked a large controversy, and, finally, a public voting for new constitutional amendment was held, about that if they could run in judicial election. The results of the referendum approved that they could run, as less than a half of population participated (5 from 13 citizens).
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Revision as of 17:57, 25 November 2020

Judicial election will be held in Baránok on 26 November 2020 to fill the 3 vacant seats of the Supreme Court. 6 candidates run.

Background

After the creation of the Supreme Court was approved on 6 November 2020, elections were set up to hold sometime in November, and finally, the date was set on 26 November.

The "Big Three" controversy

On 24 November 2020, a group of opposition MPs found out that all President, Prime Minister and President of the Federal Assembly are running for the office of Judges. It sparked a large controversy, and, finally, a public voting for new constitutional amendment was held, about that if they could run in judicial election. The results of the referendum approved that they could run, as less than a half of population participated (5 from 13 citizens).

Results