The Marching In of the Hungarians I.

The Marching In of the Hungarians I.

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The debate series "Marching In of the Hungarians" organised by the Hungarian Europe Society and the European Political Unit of the Hungarian Political Science Association was continued on Monday, 26 February 2007 at 5.30 p. m. in the Merlin Theatre.The debate series "Marching In of the Hungarians" organised by the Hungarian Europe Society and the European Political Unit of the Hungarian Political Science Association was continued on Monday, 26 February 2007 at 5.30 p. m. in the Merlin Theatre.

"The Marching In of The Hungarians - a Member State in the Enlarging European Union" edited by István Hegedűs was published by the Hungarian Centre of Democracy Researches Public Foundation of the Instiute of Political Science of the Budapest Corvinus University in January 2007.

During the now starting debate series, authors of the book talk to each other in the Merlin Theatre (Budapest, Gerlóczy utca 11. H-1052). At the first evening the topic of the debate was the relationship between the Hungarian and European identities. 

Participants: Boglárka Keller (King Sigismund College), György Lengyel (Budapest Corvinus University), Antal Örkény (Loránd Eötvös University of Sciences) and Zsuzsanna Vidra Zsuzsanna (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales). Moderator: Ágnes Lux, president of the European Political Unit.

26 February 2007.
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