The Center for Fundamental Rights urged the government to withdraw from the ECHR in order to defend controversial migrant detention policy.
Prime Minister Orbán doesn’t deny that foreign states are attempting to influence Hungary, but he’d much rather point the finger westward.
The first train, back from renovation in Moscow, has been put into service, but commuters will have to wait another year for all the line’s restored cars to go online.
English translation of index.hu interview with former Hungarian secret services agent Ferenc Katrein.
“Hayek considered such activism to be indispensable to counter the growing threat of nationalization and central planning after the Second World War.”
Two-thirds believe the situation has worsened under the Fidesz government.
80 percent of Hungarians would consider gratuities to be crimes, if doctors’ wages were to be increased.
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.
President Áder passed the law despite objections from international human rights groups and a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights.