The state spent 140 percent more on TV advertising in 2016 than the previous year, compared to only 8 percent average growth in that medium.
The joke party has launched a crowd-funding campaign to build a space launch facility in Prime Minister Orbán’s hometown.
The Fidesz publicist and founding member has a long history of inciting racist and political violence, and his tactics seem to have moved more into the mainstream in Fidesz’s Hungary.
Orbán reached out to the new French president, who had earlier made disparaging comments about Orbán as the leader of a non-democratic regime.
The association condemned Speaker of the National Assembly, László Kövér, for banning 60 individuals – most of them journalists – from the Parliament since 2010.
The measures could drive independent outlets out of business and narrow the Hungarian media market, a “death by a thousand cuts.”
László Póré was a director of Mediaworks Kft only half a year ago. After Lőrinc Mészáros bought up the publisher, he turned to the grilled sausage market.
Orbán’s friend is having a remarkable streak of luck.
The online questionnaire requires no identity authentication, and fake email addresses can be used to fill out the form limitless times.
Foreign Minister Szijjártó released a statement on recent political unrest in Macedonia that was essentially identical to that of the Russian Foreign Ministry.