The Fundamental Law of Hungary

Body: 

 Article IX (Freedom and Responsibility) (1) Everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression.
(2) Hungary shall recognise and protect the freedom and diversity of the press, and shall ensure the conditions for the free dissemination of information necessary for the formation of
democratic public opinion.
(3) In the interest of the appropriate provision of information as necessary during the electoral campaign period for the formation of democratic public opinion, political advertisements may only be published in media services free of charge, under conditions guaranteeing equal opportunities, laid down in a cardinal Act.
(4) The right to freedom of expression may not be exercised with the aim of violating the human
dignity of others.
(5) The right to freedom of expression may not be exercised with the aim of violating the dignity of the Hungarian nation or of any national, ethnic, racial or religious community. Persons belonging to such communities shall be entitled to enforce their claims in court against the expression of an opinion which violates the community, invoking the violation of their human dignity, as provided for by an Act.
(6) The detailed rules relating to the freedom of the press and the organ supervising media
services, press products and the communications market shall be laid down in a cardinal Act.

Type of law: 
National constitutional law
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Country: 
Hungary