A landlocked central European country, Hungary borders Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Slovakia, Austria, Serbia and Croatia. Since the fall of the Communist regime, Hungary has functioned as a multi-party democracy, with a largely ceremonial president and a cabinet selected and run by the Prime Minister. Recent constitutional changes have raised major concerns about media freedoms and the independence of the judiciary alongside an atmosphere of public intolerance, particularly directed against Jewish and Romani communities.

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