The Eötvös Károly Institute, the Hungarian Helsinki Committee and the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union wrote a letter to Members of Parliament asking them not to pass the bills restricting the authority of the Constitutional Court, and other bills undermining important constitutional institutions.
According to the Hungarian Helsinki Committee’s opinion measures taken against contracts, which run into good morality cannot be the ground for the unprecedented restriction of the Constitutional Court’s scope of authority. No Hungarian government is authorized to limit the tasks of the most important democratic institution and disregard its decisions because of its current political interests.
The Hungarian Helsinki Committee considers the law permitting the dismissal of government employees without justification to be unconstitutional. Therefore the HHC turns to the Constitutional Court to strike it down.