Justin Spike brings you the Budapest Beacon’s coverage of all the celebrations, protests, and conflicts of Hungary’s March 15th national holiday.
According to the KDNP politician, a new gender studies program at Budapest’s ELTE university is nothing more than liberal ideology at work.
Preemptive investigations could be launched without prior suspicion of a crime.
Because Hungary needs more stadiums.
Orbán sees enemies everywhere. Opposition consensus on March 15th: Orbán’s got to go.
The European Court of Human Rights has determined that Hungary’s policy of detaining and expelling asylum-seekers violates international law.
Prime Minister Orbán has called for a new national consultation on “five threats” Hungary is facing. On closer inspection, the threats appear to be manufactured by Fidesz to create a common enemy and consolidate their power.
Opposition politicians, perhaps in frustration after the blowout re-election of President János Áder, went after Prime Minister Orbán and central bank governor György Matolcsy with accusations of corruption.
Presidential challenger László Majtényi sharply criticized the Orbán government in his remarks before the National Assembly, while incumbent Áder rambled about his first term’s minor achievements.
Juhász really knows how to make Orbán feel uncomfortable.