The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Hungary had inflicted damages on the church with the Orbán government’s 2011 Church Law.
“This is the country that wants to restore the darkest part of history. This is the country that turns against Europe. This is the country that itself wants to be a colony of Russia. And finally, this is the country where you and I live, where we live, and we aren’t going anywhere!”
Fidesz would serve itself well to join Poland’s right-wing governing party in the ECR, says Bokros.
April 19th marked the day that Russian goons starting dictating political speech on the streets of Budapest.
New Wave Media Group, owner of news portal Origo.hu, has purchased the rights to operate internet assets owned by Hungary’s state media corporation MTVA, reports 24.hu. New Wave Media will reportedly be responsible for representing and monetizing all MTVA websites, including hirado.hu, petofilive.hu, m4sport.hu, m5tv.hu, and mediaklikk.hu, in addition to managing mobile applications such as […]
Former liberal MP and member of the National Assembly’s national security committee József Gulyás discusses the slow return of Russian influence in Hungary.
The activists say they were protesting increasing Russian influence on Hungary.
Civil organizations vow to fight against the repressive bill.
The personal data of Hungarian citizens appears to have been forwarded to Russia via the Hungarian government’s official National Consultation website.
Civil activists Márton Gulyás and Gergő Varga were sentenced to a total of 500 hours of public work by a first-level court Thursday evening after admitting to throwing open bottles of paint at the palace of the Hungarian president in Buda’s Castle District Monday night during a protest.