Election results have yet to cure.
Jobbik supporters demonstrate alongside liberals to demand restoration of democracy and rule of law.
The severe erosion of media plurality in Hungary makes it impossible to continue publishing a newspaper of record about Hungary, says managing editor.
“If the high-tide comes and we stand ready, then Hungary will once again be on the rise.”
Experts say that Fidesz can employ numerous techniques to silence critical voices.
Opposition supporters stood in line so they could kill themselves afterwards, says political scientist.
The names of two deceased individuals also appear on the list.
“We are living in a dictatorship.”
“The opinion of the general public is that Fidesz stole this election,” says Jobbik spokesman.
Protest organizers invite all “who would like a free Hungary,” “hate-free politics,” and “life in this smothering environment.”
HUF 7 billion ($28 million) of Hungarian taxpayer money paid out to fake parties over the course of 2014 and 2018 elections.
Suspects “somebody deliberately cheated when tabulating votes for party lists.”
Citing financial difficulties, the 80 year-old newspaper of record appears for the last time in print and online.
Saying parliamentarianism in Hungary is a “sham,” political activist calls on opposition politicians not to take up their parliamentary mandates.
Socialist politician blames Politics Can Be Different (LMP) for Fidesz’s two-thirds parliamentary majority.
In some cases ALL votes cast for opposition party lists in a given subdistrict were strangely invalidated, reports Index.hu.
Calls electoral system “socially unfair” in that party receiving less than 50% of vote can end up with two-thirds of the seats in parliament.
Vows to fight on until “the Orbán regime falls and Antal Rogán is in jail.”
Lánchíd Rádió to go off the air at midnight tonight.
From left to right: Gábor Török, András Schiffer (LMP), Gábor Vona (Jobbik), Viktor Szigetvári (Együtt) in 2013. True to his words, Gábor