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Yes, please explain : The knowledge of Hungarian language is one of the main conditions of naturalization and repatriation, the language of the procedure is Hungarian, and the naturalized or repatriated must be taken the citizenship oath or pledge in Hungarian . (...) Yes, please explain: According to the Paragraph (1) of Article G) of the Fundamental Law, the child of a Hungarian citizen shall receive Hungarian citizenship by birth. (...) Although the adoption establishes a family relationship between the adopter and the adoptee, the adoption does not automatically generate Hungarian citizenship. A non-Hungarian citizen who has been adopted by a Hungarian citizen may be naturalized on preferential terms. 11.
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Score: 1709186.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...-Hungary-%20Statelessness.docx
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Univ. of Economy, Budapest University of Economic Sciences, 1996 Public Administration Certificate, Institute of Public Administration of Hungary, 2001 Harvard Business School summer 1998, USA: Regulation, Privatization, Corporate Gov. Public Utility Research Centre, University of Florida, USA – World Bank 2001: Trainig Program for Public Utility Regulatory Institutions Ongoing: PHD process on Budapest University of Economic Sciences & Public Administration 3.) (...) Zsuzsanna KOSA 1980 Gradient Adaptive digital filters algorithms, Hiradástechnika August. 1980 (article Hungarian) 1992 Long term modelling of telecommunications demand and supply, Qualitel Conference, March 1992 Kecskemét, Hungary (conference presentation in Hungarian) 1993 At the door of the demand-supply equilibrium of Hungarian Telecommunications Market Hiradástechnika August. 1993 (article in Hungarian) 1995 Hungarian telecommunications sector, Presentation for the ONP WG of ETNO August, 1995 Oslo, Norway 1995 Specialities of Central-Eastern European Telecommunications Sector, Eurescom conference on research reports as project leader, December 1995 London, UK 1996 Strategy of Strategy Forming in the Hungarian Telecommunications Sector, Dissertation for Dr. University, February 1996 Budapest (in Hungarian) 1997 Role of Regulation in Communications Sector ITS’1997 Conf., Calgary, CA (presentation as a co-author) 1998 Strategic features of infocommunications sector, Hiradástechnika July. 1998 (article in Hungarian) (related to the previous dissertation) 1998 Strategy forming in large organisations, Hiradástechnika August. 1993 (article in Hungarian) (related to the previous dissertation) 1998 Ethical approach of Global Regulation in Telecommunications Sector, presentation on the Research for Information Society Conference, Warsaw, Poland 1999 The Postal Sector after the Bejing Congress Hiradástechnika October. 1999 (article in Hungarian) (summary of the Bejing postal strategy) 2004 E-government expetctations and reality in Hungary, presentation on EGPA (European Group of Public Adminstrations) Annual Congress, 1 -3 September 2004, Ljubljana, Slovenia EU 2004 Consequences on regulatory institutions of the digital convergence, presentation on ITS (International Telecommunications Society) Annual Congress, 4-7 September 2004, Berlin, Germany EU
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Score: 1664952.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...inars/lithuania-04/cv-kosa.pdf
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Rates of exchange are pubLished in the official Hungarian publication "Magyar Közlöny". 8. No special provision has been made. (...) (a) In our national regulations concerning the application of the Customs Vatuation Code this question did not need to be regulated, since the Hungarian Customs Laws (Joint Decree No. 39/1976/XI.10/ PM-KKM paragraph 4.2) rule that "Dutiable goods imported in foreign trade must be reLeased before payment of the duties imposed but after Customs clearance - unless such clearance is prohibited under other decrees.` (b) No additional explanations have been published. (...) Thereby the Interpretative Notes have become part of Hungarian law.
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Score: 1647509.4 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90080094.pdf
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Key principles of former regulation • ensuring a legal guarantee that no one can abuse the power of the media (eg. media concentration regulation), • ensuring the content of general interest must be conveyed to the viewer (eg. must-carry regulation) • providing diverse information The influencing power increases in direct proportion to the audience. (...) When can an OTT Service Provider be Successful? Launched by Hungarian Public Broadcaster Hungarian OTT examples Launched by Hungarian Commercial Broadcaster Hungarian OTT examples Hungarian OTT examples Launched by Hungarian Broadcaster Service Provider CDN architecture of the Hungarian examples 13 Software download-, upload speed, latency, packet loss, jitter 123.000 results per month Mobile net neutrality Hardware tools: speed, latency packet loss, jitter and net. neutrality (port scan) Mobile Internet quality meas. system (Swissqual) 2.800.000 measurements per month The broadband measurement system of NMHH http://www.google.hu/url?
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Score: 1623984.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...A9ter_V%C3%A1ri_PhD_Speech.pdf
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Example No. 1: Act CL of 2016 on the Code of General Administrative Procedure The Hungarian Code of General Administrative Procedure regulates general applicability of automated decision making as follows: “Section 40 [Automatic decision-making] Automatic decision-making shall apply if a. it is permitted by an Act or government decree, b. all data are available to the authority at the time of the submission of the application, c. decision-making does not require deliberation, and d. there is no party with opposing interests. (...) Legitimate silence shall be allowed if it is not excluded by an Act or government decree in a case which may be administered through automatic decision-making. ” Example No. 2. : Act CXXV of 1995 on national security services The Hungarian Act on national security services regulates automated decision making in relation to the Passenger Names Record (PNR) System. (...) Example no. 3. : Act LIII of 2017 on the prevention of money-laundering and terrorism financing. The Hungarian Act on the prevention of money-laundering and terrorism financing regulates automated decision making in relation to the national Financial Information Unit (hereinafter “the FIU”).
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Score: 1616272.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ubmissions/States/Hungary.docx
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The adoption of the new regulation is of outstanding importance. The Hungarian Parliament adopted a Resolution on the development of a national strategy to prevent and effectively manage domestic violence in 2003. (...) The political representation of women among the Hungarian Parliamentarians in the European Parliament exceeded 30 percent. (...) The health status of the Hungarian population requires special actions of improvement.
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Score: 1572361.3 - https://www.un.org/webcast/csw...statements/050307hungary-e.pdf
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On the occasion of the 2017 High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council, the parties agreed to establish a common Hungarian-Turkish university. 3. Equality and non-discrimination 3. a) In Hungary, there is no official knowledge of cases of discrimination against Muslims. 3. b) In Hungary, the Muslim community is protected by the same acts and regulations as the Christian churches with the highest number of believers (see the detailed information on the protection of religious communities in the Annex). (...) The cooperation is completed through case studies, which take place once or twice a year. 3. c) Since the Hungarian legal system does not include regulations aimed at the discrimination of Muslims, these did not need to be amended or repealed. (...) This authority is also authorized to impose sanctions (fines). 3. d) The regulations on the acquisition of Hungarian citizenship apply uniformly to everyone; they do not comprise religious discrimination.
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Score: 1568631.25 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ntiMuslim/States/Hungary-1.pdf
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It has encouraged introducing and operating management control systems in the field under its supervision. 8 Act No. 93 of 1993 9 Act No. 154 of 1997 10 Act No. 11 of 1991 11 Act No. 48 of 1993 12 Government Decree No. 203 of 1998 10 Number of mining accidents in Hungary (2003-2007) - Source: Hungarian Office for Mining and Geology o Mine Closure Planning (Land use plans & site rehabilitation, site safety, decommissioning, waste dumps & tailings, site water management, off-site infrastructure, community socio-economic programs and employees) The closure of the mine is regulated by the Mining Act. (...) The general objectives of Hungarian transport policy determined in HTP (2003-2015) and approved by the Parliament are as follows: − improvement of the quality of life, preservation of health, reduction of regional disparities, increasing the safety of transportation, protection of built-in and natural environment; − improvement and extension of connection to the neighboring countries, − promotion of the implementation of regional development objectives, − creation the conditions for efficient operation and maintenance by regulated competition. (...) In order to improve the conditions for passenger and freight transport in the Hungarian capital city Budapest and its suburbs, several important programs were prepared, e.g.: − Budapest Mid-term Urban Development Program (Podmaniczky Program) – including the development of the public transport systems; − Reform of the Car-parking System; − Extension of the Budapest Underground System – M4 metro line project; − Establishment of the Budapest Transport Association – the cooperation of the three transport companies operating on the metropolitan area (Budapest Public Transport Company, the MÁV Hungarian State Railways Private Company by Shares and the VOLÁNBUSZ Transport Company) can provide a cheaper transportation and more comfortable service for 3.3 million inhabitants in the Budapest agglomeration; − Smog alarm regulation – in 2008 the Budapest Municipality adopted a decree containing regulations to protect human health and the environment in case of dangerous air quality situation, and measures that have to be taken when the air quality requires emission reduction, with special attention to car traffic limitations; − Access fee conception – limitation of the traffic in the city center introducing an access fee for motor vehicles; − Construction of bikeway system to promote the environmental friendly means of transport. 18 WASTE MANAGEMENT The Hungarian waste management regime is being developed continuously, especially from the beginning of the EU accession procedure in the late 90s.
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Score: 1567655.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...eports/hungary/Full_Report.pdf
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Microsoft Word - 181025_SR on environment_Hungarian responses.docx 1 Air Pollution and Human Rights Hungarian responses Question 1 Ambient air quality is well-regulated in Hungary. Hungary is a member of the European Union since 2004. The Hungarian legislation on outdoor air pollution is fully compliant with the EU requirements. (...) The NPHC operates the Hungarian Aerobiological Network including 20 monitoring stations in Hungary.
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Score: 1563267.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ironment/Pollution/Hungary.pdf
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Not only does this case show the complexity of the Hungarian legislation applies when we come to the implementation of the Aarhus Convention. (...) However, the indication of the legal ground of data request by the data requester is not required by the Hungarian provisions it is worth mentioning that in none of the cases when Energiaklub requested data of public interest has ever indicated that the data of public interest required is considered to be environmental information3 which is incidentally subject to the release obligation of the relevant Hungarian regulations transposing the requirements of the Convention. (...) Finally, as pointed out in Hungary's first brief and remained uncontested, Hungarian courts were unprecedently quick (each case was finally resolved in less than 1 year from filing) in interpreting and enforcing Hungarian laws.
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Score: 1549398 - https://unece.org/DAM/env/pp/c...unicant%E2%80%99s_response.pdf
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