January saw the largest yearly increase in average wages since 2006.
Two-thirds believe the situation has worsened under the Fidesz government.
Even when it comes to producing propaganda, the Fidesz government has its favorites.
80 percent of Hungarians would consider gratuities to be crimes, if doctors’ wages were to be increased.
A Hungarian taxpayer demanded the tax authority return his contributions, arguing the state had misused public money.
Former Socialist prime minister Péter Medgyessy doesn’t remember any instances of corruption during his time in office, he told an economics committee in parliament Tuesday.
Prime Minister Orbán has called for a new national consultation on “five threats” Hungary is facing. On closer inspection, the threats appear to be manufactured by Fidesz to create a common enemy and consolidate their power.
Mayor Tarlós doesn’t consider it likely that he’d run for a third term, but said that some Olympics-related infrastructural developments may still be undertaken despite the city withdrawing its Olympic application.
In the face of a widely-supported opposition presidential candidate, Fidesz figures have opted to use the Soros-method to ensure Monday’s parliamentary vote goes their way.
As protests and strikes take place across the world on International Women’s Day, Hungary’s pay gap between women and men in management positions remains the highest in Europe.