Boldizsár Artúr Szentgáli-Tóth

Boldizsár Artúr Szentgáli-Tóth
Download CV Research Fellow (MTA TK JTI)
Research Interests

Cardinal law; legislation with qualified majority; parliamentary law; the limitation of fundamental rights; the jurisprudence of the ECTHR; the law of citizenship; problem of legislative omission in the legislative jurisprudence

Selected Publications
  • “The Fundamental Law and the Former Uncodified Constitution of Hungary” (Co-authored with András Milánkovich) Public Law Review 2014/1. 65-74. (www.hvgorac.hu)
  • The functioning of the electoral system, and remedies Legislative elections 2014. Actual issues from the field of public law and political sciences. (ed.: Eszter Bodnár - Csaba Tóth - Adrienn Tar et al.) ELTE Special College of Advanced Studies. 2015. 109-146.
  • “The Committees of the Hungarian Parliament” Review of Legal Sciences 2015/ 3. 158-166.
  • “The first five years of simplified naturalization” (Co-authored with Michaela Kiripolszky) Public Law Review 2016/2. 57-63.
  • „Succession In the public procurement procedure: case 396/14 of the Court of Justice of the European Union” Public Procurement Review 2016/10. 57-60.
  • „The impact of the Norwegian Constitution in Hungary during the long XIX. century” Review of Legal History 2016/2. 66-71.                                                                        
  • Legislation with qualified majority in Hungary from the democratic transition in Chronowski Nóra (et al.) (ed.): Liber Amicorum István Kukorelli. (Gondolat Kiadó: Budapest) 2017. 770-779.
  • The past, present, and future of cardinal laws in Hungary Report of the Office of the Hungarian Parliament. Parliaments Practicum 2011-2012. (Edited by: István Soltész) (Parliamentary Methodology Office: Budapest) 2014. 71-101.
  • “The past, present and future of students contracts” (Co-authored with Zoltán Bánki) Hungarian Law 2014/4. 219-229.
  • The New Local Electoral System in Hungary in The Reform of Hungarian Local Government (Edited by: András Bencsik) (University of Pécs: Hungary) 2013. 91-132.