The currently running Public Administration and Public Service Development Strategy 2014-2020 program has set high goals for the processes of public administration, including organization, consistency, professionally trained staff, cost-effectiveness and competitive service fees.
In the framework of the Hungarian ‘Public Administration and Public Service Development Strategy 2014-2020’ a single building authority system was introduced as of 1 March 2020.
In the framework of the ‘Digital Court Project’, a new online system was launched by the courts as of 1 January 2020.
A new amendment package was approved in the middle of December 2019. The package includes many novelties affecting the validity and issuance of driver’s licenses, the documents of newborns, document modifications due to marriage, procedures related to death and identity checks conducted by the police.
The Hungarian Constitutional Court rejected the constitutional complaint on the administrative court system
In February 2019, 55 Members of the Hungarian Parliament filed a constitutional complaint to the Constitutional Court, requesting the Court to examine the laws regarding the Administrative Court System whether it is in compliance with the Fundamental Law of Hungary.
European Union aims to make easier the EU citizens’ life living in another EU country in connection with the recognition of the public documents issued by their home EU country. They often need to present a public document (such as a birth certificate to get married, or a certificate on the absence of a criminal record to get a job) to the authorities of the EU country where they live.