Nikolaj Nielsen, EUObserver
BRUSSELS - Hungarian lawmakers are set to vote in 14 pages of constitutional amendments on Monday (11 March) which critics say may undermine rule of law.
The amendments would curtail the power of the constitutional court and annul all decisions made before the launch of the new constitution in January 2012.
Some of those decisions include limiting political campaign ads in commercial media, introducing a conservative definition of family and allowing the top prosecutor to select judges in cases.
Hungary law reform sparks protest, criticism