Hungary’s national assembly will conclude its work for the year with a three-day session starting at 10am on Monday.
Monday will be dedicated to discussing change proposals, with votes on 19 motions to follow the next day.
The votes will include one on an opposition-sponsored amendment to the constitution, aimed at removing the possibility of setting up public administration courts.
Parliament will also elect four new members to the Media Council, for a nine-year term, as well as the head of the National Judicial Office.
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