Here’s a list of a number of events taking place in Budapest for Wednesday’s March 15 celebrations.
Opposition politicians, perhaps in frustration after the blowout re-election of President János Áder, went after Prime Minister Orbán and central bank governor György Matolcsy with accusations of corruption.
Juhász really knows how to make Orbán feel uncomfortable.
A report by a Berlin-based democracy watchdog reveals distinct trends of backsliding since the second Orbán government took power in 2010.
Asylum seekers may now be detained and deposited on the other side of Hungary’s southern border from anywhere in the country, making it even more difficult to lodge an asylum application.
The European Commission has given Orbán the green light.
It’s twice the size it was under the Bajnai government in 2010.
The kids having a hard time adjusting to elementary school.
Reports of brutality against refugees are on the rise at Hungary’s southern border, according to numerous international organizations.
Origo.hu is finding it difficult to keep journalists among its ranks as it hemorrhages staff over disagreements with the site’s pro-government content.