An unlawful law is still on the books. This decision by the Constitutional Court does nothing to rectify the problem.
The activists are accused of “extremely anti-social and violent behavior” in their actions to prevent construction activities in Budapest City Park.
We take a look at how the largest sports event ever held in Hungary managed to increase in costs seven-fold, and how the Rolling Stones declined to participate.
The European Commission responds to the systemic threat to the rule of law in Hungary by sending a bunch of letters.
Police are placing the hefty fine on a single protester for taking part in the redecoration of the National Flagpole during an anti-government protest in Spring.
TI Hungary says it will challenge the law in the Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights.
“History has taught us that complacency in precarious times can lead to tragedies of immense measure.”
If he is stripped of his accolade, Soros will join the ranks of Joseph Stalin and several detested counter-revolutionaries considered “enemies of the Hungarian freedom fight.”
The controversial ads will come down just as the World Swimming Championships begin in Budapest, and a new, legally dubious billboard law goes into effect.
They refuse to comply with rules requiring them to register themselves with a court as “foreign-funded organizations.”