Intern responsible for Ppolitical analysis at Republikon Institute. He obtain an MA degree in Sociology at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. Currently, he pursues his studies in Social Sciences at Angelusz Róbert College for Advanced Studies. He is interested in urban policies, social movements, and empirical research methods
Although the theoretical framework contains several approaches, there is consensus that establishing a division of power by mitigate the closure of the formal political system at national level leads to an open political system.