The motivation of the Constitutional Court allows, in the government's view, to continue the procedure to take responsibility for the law on education but without an end, as PDL deputies admit. The first problem is that if the government continues the procedure, the opposition submits a motion of censure. If the executive avoids dismissal, a second problem sprangs out: a new complaint at the Constitutional Court. According to the Constitution, before promulgation, the oposition can contest the law at the Court. Practically, the law on education can reach the Court again with higher chances to fail again. The third problem: the way PDL manages its relation with the Hungarian Democrants, who threatened with exiting the governing coalition if the law on education will not pass by the end of the year.
Related to the way conflict between the state's intitutions can be resolved, the Court explained in the motivation that the request exceed its competence and passed the ball to the Parliament that is expected to decide whether it will suspend or not the procedure to take responsibility for the law.
The permenent offices of the two chambers will meet most probably on monday to take act of the court's decision and decide the next steps. For the governing party, the fact that the Parliamnet has the ball in its court, it is not a problem as they have majority in the Parliamnet which will allow them to continue the procedure.
However, the opposition will attempt by all means to cancel the procedure but the final decision belongs to the majority. Nonetheless, things are more complicated than they seem.
According to the Constitution, the Opposition can contest the government's decision to take responsibility for a law by submitting a motion of censure. If the motion passes, the government is dismissed.
If it does not pass, the draft law is considered approved. If the opposition fails to dismis the government, it can block the law on education with a new complaint at the Court.