The handshakes are leaden,not golden,in Hungary,presumably under prompting from the IMF which was called in to help with the debt crisis. Quotes from today's London Times report,"Party takes on court over tax" (no link):
"The Hungarian government is gunning for the country's constitutional court after judges threw out its plans to introduce a 98% tax on public sector severance pay". Yes, 98%. Quite a contrast to Ireland's tax free golden handshakes of 1 1/2 years pay (around 1/2 a million euro redundancy severances at ESB Networks).
The government which has a two thirds majority "submitted legislation to parliament that would strip the court of jurisdiction over the state budget..."