Hungary's laws on election procedures allows parties to engage in campaign activities other than simply gathering nominating signatures, the Constitutional Court said on Wednesday. The court's decision is at loggerheads with a ruling by another top court, the Kuria, which earlier said the governing Fidesz party had transgressed the election rules while collecting signatures. The opposition Momentum Movement had attached video footage to its complaint showing that Fidesz activists in the underpass of Kalvin Square in Budapest on 8 April 2019 had displayed logos with the slogans "For us Hungary comes first in Brussels! May 26" and "I support Viktor Orban's programme to stop migration!".