It’s a confirmation that Hungary’s public debt levels have not been accurate.
They crossed the line by interviewing Prosecutor General Péter Polt in a hallway.
He said, she said.
The expansion works of the Püspökszilágy facility might come as a useful reference for Mészáros in future procurements for the Paks 2 nuclear plant.
Independent turned Fidesz mayor of Szilhalom József Bóta reportedly used students of the vocational school he founded to cut costs in his restaurants.
The acquisition of this widely listened to radio station adds yet another media product to the vast Mészáros media empire.
The groups Country For All Movement and The City Is For All oppose the renting of district-owned property for well under market value.
Soros said the Hungarian government is attempting to stay in power through “hate-mongering and misleading the population.”
Participants discussed the future of Hungary within the EU.
Activist Márton Gulyás announced his movement will help determine which candidates have best chance to win in Hungary’s 106 election districts.
Momentum Movement is urging Hungary’s Fidesz-dominated media authority to crack down on foreign funded media. Is this just political naivety, or
The Prime Minister’s 109 flights financed by taxpayers include a costly trip to the Rio Olympics and numerous unexplained trips to Switzerland.
Jávor will be in London next week to speak with Hungarians who may be affected by the Brexit negotiations.
Interior Minister Sándor Pintér likely to disclose the findings of the intelligence agencies at the Tuesday National Security Committee hearing.
Because George Soros and vendettas.
The European Commission’s report lists school segregation and the high rate of dropouts and underperforming students as the most pressing issues.
This time with another energy company.
The Hungarian government stands accused of deliberately mischaracterizing others’ statements? Unthinkable!
The party would have the same requirements placed on the “Russian propaganda” channel as the Hungarian government has put on foreign-funded NGOs.
This interview is as inspiring as it is depressing.