Nine Fidesz MPs submitted a proposal to Parliament that would allow motions put forward by individual MPs to be discussed and voted on in only two days, hvg.hu reports.
Accelerated legislation on these types of motions has required a four-fifth backing of the MPs, which the proposal would lower to two-third.
The proposal also seeks to allow the Parliament to make last-minute amendments to bills without any limitations and with no time allocated to discuss them.
At present, bills can only be modified right before final voting if their content is in contravention with the constitution, other existing laws or the bill itself.
The moves, which its the proponents claim would make legislation “simpler and clearer,” is viewed by some critics as a clear attempt to limit Parliament’s democratic powers.