Fidesz policies have gained a lot of attention in Brussels ahead of Saturday’s EU summit.
Gyurcsány gave Orbán 72 hours to sue him for defamation.
Numerous participants in recent anti-government demonstrations have been the victims of intimidation and beatings, while the Fidesz government continues to label its detractors as enemies of the people.
Organizers view the police decision as a violation of their rights to assembly, and moved the demonstration 50 meters away.
“I will leave Fidesz. It is that simple.” – Máté Matolcsi
The opposition candidate received nearly twice as many votes as his Fidesz-KDNP opponent in Budapest’s District 14.
Fidesz would serve itself well to join Poland’s right-wing governing party in the ECR, says Bokros.
“We’ve come here to take back the street. To take back the street from the 10 or 20 people who have been vandalizing the city center for the past few weeks. They assaulted police and set fire to public buildings, all so that billions of illegal migrants can be settled here! Finally there is a country […]
April 19th marked the day that Russian goons starting dictating political speech on the streets of Budapest.
With so many referendum proposals from Fidesz opponents, the government seems more than willing to drag its feet on approving referendums.