Five days before the election, democratic opposition takes a big step towards denying Fidesz-KDNP outright victory on April 8th.
According to Együtt, the State Audit Office violated the privacy rights of one of their party members.
State auditors find that the party rents a 246 sqm attic flat on fourth floor of a walk up for the below market price of $2000 a month.
Two politicians from Együtt and Jobbik argue the judiciary is not independent under Chief Prosecutor Péter Polt.
Juhász says running against him shows that Momentum does not really want to defeat Fidesz in 2018.
We asked the leaders of 10 opposition parties four questions about what they thought of the Őcsény scandal so you don’t have to.