“Activists, diplomats, and journalists agree: Hungary is transforming into an authoritarian state,” says Human Rights First’s Brian Dooley. “The United States needs to act now to support Hungary’s democratic institutions, ensuring that Budapest does not become Kremlin West.”
An unlawful law is still on the books. This decision by the Constitutional Court does nothing to rectify the problem.
The government does not want to give them raises because – technically – they aren’t directly employed by the state.
Alcohol and swimming don’t mix? Hogwash! It mixes just fine for Matolcsy’s cousins.
The European Commission responds to the systemic threat to the rule of law in Hungary by sending a bunch of letters.
The former UN Secretary-General said he hopes Hungary finds a way out of its current isolation.
Better take those signs down! We don’t want any foreigners to get the wrong impression!
TI Hungary says it will challenge the law in the Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights.
“History has taught us that complacency in precarious times can lead to tragedies of immense measure.”
“The government has consistently and willfully misrepresented Soros’s views on migration and refugees.”