The radical right party is accused by Fidesz of colluding with former Fidesz oligarch Lajos Simicska.
The government’s consultation will cost upward of HUF 1 billion.
Workers have demanded a 30 percent wage increase over the coming three years.
Reports indicate Matolcsy was unable to complete a required intermediate level foreign language exam.
Money well spent.
Government ministries must reveal how much money corporations have funneled to sports organizations in lieu of corporate taxes.
The most popular areas for home purchases are Budapest’s inner districts, and countryside spa towns.
State asset management company won’t reveal what it plans to do with the property now that it won’t be used for Olympic events.
The commission found that a referendum would unlawfully interfere with Hungary’s obligations to an international agreement.
Prime Minister Orbán doesn’t deny that foreign states are attempting to influence Hungary, but he’d much rather point the finger westward.