Address by the Hungarian Parliament

Do you think the demands of the Hungarian Parliament were too demanding? Too vague? Could they have listed specific ways on how to reach these demands? I am constantly ‘sitting on the fence’ during discussion, but I think that the majority of these demands were feasible, but they could have been clearer in the sense of having an actual plan. Does anyone agree? And if you don’t, why not?

2 Replies to “Address by the Hungarian Parliament”

  1. I don’t think that the demands were too demanding, I think at a time of revolution it is crucial to be demanding. I kind of chuckle at the way it reads mostly as a threat. I don’t think it was necessary to list ways of attaining the demands because as citizens it was not in their power as much as it was to “Your Majesty” that they keep pettily repeating.

  2. I agree with Sammy, I also believe they were not as demanding, but of course seeing a king was in power and parliament not having as much control there might not have been much change. But maybe if the hungarian parliament made a process of slow change, maybe the king would have considered some of the basic human rights

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