“The government has consistently and willfully misrepresented Soros’s views on migration and refugees.”
According to a letter written by the Ministry of Human Resources, only those NGOs that receive money from abroad after the passage of the controversial NGO law on June 27 must register with authorities.
God works in mysterious ways.
The opposition party says as many as 91 facilities for the physically and mentally disabled could be operating under the same unacceptable conditions as the Topház home.
Israel’s ambassador to Hungary revoked a letter requesting an end to the Hungarian government’s anti-Soros propaganda campaign under pressure from Israeli PM Netanyau, as Orbán refuses to grant request of Hungarian Jewish organization to remove the ads.
Photos from the largest Pride in Budapest’s history.
Several local Jobbik members have left the party ahead of a Saturday event in Vecsés which will bring together several extreme-right groups intent on forming a new radical political movement.
Pride organizers have vowed that they will not march if cordons are installed along the route.
Speaker László Kövér warned of “open attacks on democratic institutions and street riots” perpetrated by Soros-backed activists ahead of 2018 elections.
The ministry’s child protection organization made a report of abuses in the home for the mentally disabled more than half a year before a similar report was publicized by an NGO, but the ministry did nothing to improve conditions for the patients.