The least needy party in Hungarian politics came up with a new way of spending other’s money on hate-mongering propaganda.
According to Együtt, the State Audit Office violated the privacy rights of one of their party members.
In the run-up to the 2018 election campaign, the State Audit Office seems to be busy catching up with its neglected duties of the past 28 years.
A “surreal coalition” of Jobbik supporters, liberals, and leftwing politicians call for a restoration of democracy and rule of law.
Democracy and its institutions in and of themselves are not important unless made important to citizens. But we did not do this, says András Jámbor.
Decision expected to facilitate cooperation among leftwing parties in next year’s general election.