The government will modify both the general purpose and the fixed-term use student loans.
- Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó met with his Romanian and Croatian counterparts at the UN Summit in New York.
- Hungary refuses to support Romania's OECD accession over a closed Hungarian Catholic school in Transylvania.
- It did the same with Croatia because its government ignored a court decision.
Former Socialist prime minister confident his party will win 15 per cent of the popular vote in next year’s general election.
According the Curia, it is not defamatory to call Péter Polt a “criminal abetter” or to suggest the Prosecutor’s Office is run by Fidesz.
Hungary’s Stage Critics Guild draws parallels between Hungary and Russia in the vilification of artists.
The Prime Minister has presented Fidesz’s communication strategy for the upcoming campaign for the 2018 elections. Soros-bashing guaranteed.
MoMa founder and chairman says the 1950s have returned.
Two years have passed since the “cafeteria reform”, but many educational institutions still struggle to cater to children with special dietary needs.
In so doing, Fidesz avoids a potentially embarrassing referendum campaign ahead of 2018 elections.
Some 650,000 letters will be mailed in the second half of October.
The last “Let’s Stop Brussels!” consultation cost HUF 2.5 billion, far exceeding initial estimates of less than HUF 1 billion.
The mayor stated last week that he would ask the city’s General Assembly to approve a referendum on plans to build a mobile dam on the iconic beach.
Small crowd gathers to express solidarity with civil activists labelled threats by the National Security Committee.
Orbán opens autumn semester of parliament by announcing that Western Europe will “rape” Hungary if it does not consent to a refugee quota.
Hungary’s richest gas pipe fitter has acquired 12 camp sites around Lake Balaton.
*And could therefore avoid a long, anti-corruption referendum campaign ahead of next year’s elections.
Orbán said that accepting Western European liberalism would mean “spiritual suicide” for Central Europeans.
Ombudsman László Székely requests legislation be modified to ensure freedom of research.
Fidesz is gearing up for election season. They envision violent street protests and a “Soros Plan” to flood Europe with millions of Muslim terrorists.
It seems that opposition parties compete with each other more than with Fidesz, which might eventually bring another two-thirds victory for Orbán.