Protesters marched through Felcsút, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s home town, on Saturday in a demonstration against government corruption. While the turnout was relatively small — less than 200 people attended — the event drew high-profile members of the opposition and a number of anti-corruption activists. Situated 35 kilometers due west of Budapest, Felcsút (population 1800) is hard […]
The defendant must pay HUF 720,000 for throwing water-soluble food coloring at the building.
o The European Parliament approved on Wednesday a resolution calling for sanctions against Hungary over rule-of-law concerns, in a move unprecedented in the European Union’s history. The resolution was adopted by 393 votes to 221 with 64 abstentions. Some members of the European People’s Party — home to Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party — voted in […]
Ahead of a likely unprecedented triggering of Article 7, the Hungarian pro-government media is pretending nothing is happening.
The arrest of a wanted German neo-Nazi in Hungary is a reminder of how attractive the country has become to radical-right elements from across Europe.
The Ministry of Interior claimed the fence is not electrified, but signs have appeared in multiple languages warning against electric shock.
Foreign Minister Szijjártó released a statement on recent political unrest in Macedonia that was essentially identical to that of the Russian Foreign Ministry.
The group has vowed to formally step into electoral politics as a party in 2018 elections.
A small group of local volunteers has stepped in to provide food to the remaining refugees.
Pro-government media in Hungary praised Orbán for “defending” Hungary and “mopping the floor with Brussels.”