What are the distinguishing features of the political development of the Czech Republic and Hungary?

The states under consideration, being parts of Austria-Hungary, have a number of distinctive features. For Hungary, a characteristic feature has always been manifested in the presence of statehood. For the Czech Republic, statehood became a characteristic feature only after the end of the First World War. The states under consideration are characterized by differences in cultural traditions. Historical roots are most characteristic of Hungarian culture.

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