Political newcomer to run 83-84 candidates in Sunday’s election.
In Hungary liking the wrong Facebook post can get you fired if you work for the government or a state-owned company.
Translation of “TV2 smothers opposition voice” appearing in online daily index.hu on April 4th. (Media monitoring body) Mérték
Two years of government fear-mongering paves the way for Viktor Orbán and Fidesz to return to power in Sunday’s general election.
“Whether or not there is public trust [in the judiciary] matters in a democracy, in a rule of law country. Beyond that, it has no significance.”
“We cannot afford complacency. When our shared principles are endangered, so too is our security.”
If a parliamentary majority is only achievable with Jobbik, a one-year expert government should be formed according to Gyurcsány.
Hír TV managed to get a hold of a real “Kubatov list”
Orbán and Netanjahu share a strong dislike of NGOs funded by George Soros’ Open Society Foundation.
Hungary’s poor to vote “consciously for those responsible for us having regular, official work.”
Five days before the election, democratic opposition takes a big step towards denying Fidesz-KDNP outright victory on April 8th.
Jobbik would first defend Hungary’s borders then tackle corruption.
Konzum Nyrt., a publicly-traded company largely owned by former gas pipe-fitter turned billionaire Lőrinc Mészáros (pictured, whom many believe to
LMP co-chair Ákos Hadházy threatens to pull out of the race if main democratic opposition parties fail to coordinate candidates.
Leading Fidesz politician was to invest “inheritance” in Hungarian treasuries.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer is turning over in his grave.
Bogus parties take advantage of loopholes in the election system.
Former prime minister says change of political system is required to dismantle Viktor Orbán’s system.
Two-thirds of undecided voters likely to vote on April 8th.
Many Hungarians appear to hold views at odds with Christian teaching.