Our basic presumption for this research is that some events and developments of recent years, such as the world financial crisis, terrorism or mass migration, may have affected the national legal systems in Europe, including the constitutional jurisprudence of the various countries. In the case of Hungary, we can say that both assumptions have been realised; that is, some general European tendencies have had deep impacts on Hungary’s legal system and the constitutional practice of its Constitutional Court has also changed significantly. Hence, this country seems ideal to be studied for our purposes. The question is whether these challenges really have triggered the most important changes of constitutional jurisprudence, and what have been the internal dynamics of the very recent developments in the interpretive practice of the Hungarian Constitutional Court.