Hungary has the highest cancer fatality rate in the European Union according to the first Hungarian health-care system review that was compiled by Ministry of Human Resources workgroups under the coordination of the National Healthcare Services Center (ÁEEK), reports napi.hu. According to the review’s findings, although figures show an improving trend, Hungary’s fallback from the European […]
Our interview with Zsolt Enyedi, Pro-Rector for Hungarian Affairs at the Central European University.
In a vote split along party lines, Hungary’s Fidesz-KDNP-controlled parliament defied domestic and international criticism and voted Tuesday to adopt the controversial NGO bill.
Two former directors of Hungarian National Asset Management Inc. (MNV) were sentenced to prison by a third-degree court for their roles in the corruption surrounding the Sukoró casino and tourism investment case.
The match made a mockery of Fidesz’s NER concept, whereby the team representing the government and its allies was able to break rules and tilt the advantage with impunity.
The bill would prohibit parties and the government from using political advertising outside campaign season, but appears aimed at eliminating political speech critical of the governing party.
The group is working on a campaign to gain support for amending Hungary’s election law before 2018 elections, and has raised alarm in the government and pro-Fidesz media with its promise of civil disobedience if no vote on reform is held by the Fall.
The senior vice president at Human Rights First discussed American policy toward Hungary in the age of Trump.
Less than half of the fraud suspicion cases forwarded to Hungarian authorities by the European Anti Fraud Office (OLAF) between 2013 and 2015 reached the prosecution phase.
The ombudsman takes issue with the practice of denying job-seekers aid, and other social assistance, to people with physical or social disabilities.