power is held by the 386-seat national assembly, the Orszaggyhles,
which is elected for four years. 176 members come from single seat
constituencies, 152 by proportional representation in multi-seat
constituencies, and 58 members by proportional representation on
a national basis.
The Council of Ministers, the highest executive
organ, is elected by the assembly on the advice of the president,
who is also elected by the national assembly for a four-year term,
and may serve 2 terms.
In April 1995, a 53-member National Autonomous Authority
of the Romany Minority was ratified, with the power to administer
funds disbursed by the central Government.