According to the opposition party, Hungary’s state-owned electricity company spent large sums on promoting the controversial project in government-tied outlets.
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At least 22 people are dead and 59 were injured in an apparent terror attack at a pop music concert in Manchester, England, Monday night. Statements from the Greater Manchester Police indicate that the attack was committed by a single suicide bomber using an improvised explosive device. The suspect was confirmed dead by police. Police […]
A renewed wave of demonstrations is planned for this weekend in cities and towns across Hungary, including in Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s hometown of Felcsút. Two groups that earlier organized major anti-government protests in Budapest have joined together in calling for another demonstration Sunday in the capital. Facebook groups Nem Maradunk Csendben! and Oktatási Szabadságot! planned the protest, called Nem adjuk a […]
The government appears to have no problems with the lack of transparency with which CÖF operates.
Foreign Minister Szijjártó argued that Hungary will not accept a development strategy which considers immigration to be a positive thing.
Former prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsány has presented no evidence to support his claims that Russian intelligence has dirt on Orbán with which he could be blackmailed.
Personal data gathered on the National Consultation website and sent to Russia cannot be considered a crime.
The sudden disappearance of the ubiquitous government ads have led to speculation that Hungary might be reconsidering its anti-EU campaign after demands from the European Commission and Fidesz’s European Parliament group.
As of mid-April, the Fidesz-majority National Election Commission had not approved a single referendum question out of more than 60 submissions.