Lex CEU already contradicts a 2004 agreement between the Hungarian Government and the State of New York.
The incorporation of a new company suggests that Viktor Orbán’s former chief adviser may be preparing to buy the conservative news outlet.
A movement of several extreme-right groups is taking shape to counter Jobbik’s previous hegemony, and could emerge as a united radical party ahead of 2018 elections.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs continues to blame the US government for failing to negotiate on CEU’s operation in Hungary, despite repeated American insistence that it has no constitutional authority to do so.
The US Government does not want to get dragged into this.
The Hungarian government’s central statistics office found that one in three Hungarians between 14-40 want to leave the country.
Benjamin Ward, deputy director of Human Rights Watch’s Europe and Central Asia Division, supervises research on the EU region, the Western Balkans, and Turkey.
Two activists, one podcast!
The senior Fidesz official repeated the official government position that weeks of protests against Hungary’s higher education law amendments are much ado about nothing.
The court translator is accused of falsifying the testimony of asylum-seekers given in Arabic.