The following is a translation of an interview published on index.hu on March 20, 2017. 23 national party lists were registered for the April 8
Hungarian children afraid of war and terrorist attacks thanks to incessant government hate- and fear-mongering propaganda.
Legal expert says Tasó’s actions constitute unlawful limitation of the freedom of the press.
Mrs. Gábor Szabó, the mysterious woman who for years managed to convince now-government minister Lajos Kósa that she had inherited billions of
DK chairman calls on National Chief of Police and the Minister of Interior to maintain law and order in the event Fidesz loses April 8th election.
Ambitious program compatible with those of LMP and DK says Karácsony, but inconsistent with current shadow cabinet.
The opposition can actually win in this electoral district if MSZP–P’s candidate steps back in favor of Jobbik’s candidate.
“If opposition candidates run against each other, it is a betrayal of the shared goal: to topple the Orbán system,” Juhász said.
- The funds are withdrawn as cash from banks (MN names MKB).
- The cash is converted to diamonds.
- The diamonds go to the Arab world and Asia.
- Once converted in cash in those countries, it comes back to Hungary in the form of a totally legitimate foreign investment in “luxury hotels, castles, and other real estate.”
The chicken clucked its way through the 5 minute interview.
A Swedish farmer claims that the reindeer deputy PM Zsolt Semjén downed last year was in fact his.
An endorsement from one other opposition party would reportedly enable current incumbent Lajos Olah (DK) to win reelection to parliament.
It seems that going after jaywalkers is the number one priority of the police.
Negotiations to resume on Monday after Thursday’s “very hopeful” meeting.
Neither company, nor Szabó’s role in it, appear on Szabó’s parliamentary declaration of assets.
“I think it’s very important that opposition parties work together for the purpose of ending the intimidation and corruption so that Fidesz
As usual, Fidesz-tied businessmen were the main beneficiaries.
It would be devastating for Fidesz if opposition parties had access to public media outside of campaign season.
He says he’s lost faith in the ability of opposition parties to do this on their own.