Latvia, Lithuania and Slovenia now accept the jurisdiction of the Court of Justice to give preliminary rulings on the validity and interpretation of framework decisions and decisions, on the interpretation of conventions established under Title VI and on the validity and interpretation of the measures implementing them. Moreover, they have declared that any of their national courts or tribunals may refer questions (under Article 35 § 3 (b)).
Slovenia has accepted that its courts of last resort are obliged to refer preliminary questions to the Court of Justice (under art. 35 §1).
Hungary, for its part, has withdrawn its previous declaration in which it accept the jurisdiction for its courts of last resort only (under art. 35 §3(a)).
For ease of reference (and because nobody else seems to have taken the trouble), the current situation for each member State that has accepted jurisdiction is as follows: