The questionnaires were sent to some 8 million Hungarians.
Hungary’s foreign minister doesn’t consider 45 years of military occupation and the crushing of two revolutions to be cause for concern.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Hungary had inflicted damages on the church with the Orbán government’s 2011 Church Law.
Gyurcsány gave Orbán 72 hours to sue him for defamation.
Organizers view the police decision as a violation of their rights to assembly, and moved the demonstration 50 meters away.
The opposition candidate received nearly twice as many votes as his Fidesz-KDNP opponent in Budapest’s District 14.
With so many referendum proposals from Fidesz opponents, the government seems more than willing to drag its feet on approving referendums.
Dozens of ruling party Fidesz politicians and their wives received tens of millions of forints worth of EU agricultural grants in 2016 despite having little, if any, experience when it comes to farming, reports blikk.hu. Based on its review of the data, Blikk calculates that the wife of Fidesz MP László L. Simon, who works […]
Leading Hungarian online daily index.hu has changed owners, according to 24.hu. The last and most important of Zoltán Spéder’s media holdings has been sold to a foundation run by individuals close to former Fidesz oligarch, construction and media mogul Lajos Simicska. Index.hu’s publisher was purchased by Pro-Ráta Holding Zrt., which concluded an option agreement to […]
Fidesz’s civil organization CÖF admitted to having received between HUF 20-40 million from the party’s foundation.