“This isn’t politics. This is wisdom. You must decide wisely.”
“The police were just following around a bunch of high schoolers and activists. It’s not like this was a violent protest.”
Same old tiresome speech.
The anti-corruption NGOs point to the National Assembly law explicitly prohibiting MPs from accepting costly gifts.
On Wednesday, members of the opposition’s alternative committee of inquiry were barred from examining ministry documents concerning Elios Zrt.
On Wednesday, a first-level court in Szeged upheld the conviction of Ahmed Hamed, a Syrian national who was tried under terrorism charges for his role
Socialist MPs reportedly threatening text messages from Fidesz politicians warning them not to cooperate with Jobbik in the April 8th election.
Pro-government daily online vamps of migration-related fear-mongering.
Through segregation, the Hungarian state has caused irreparable harm to Roma (gypsy) children.
Central Bank funds channeled through banks and companies owned by Matolcsy’s relatives, friends
This is one bizarre story.
Toeing the government line on the threat to western civilization posed by migration allegedly organized by the “global financial elite,”
József Farkas spent USD 16-20,000 every year since 2012 to please his hunting buddy who happens to be the deputy PM.
Jobbik promises “zero toleration” on immigration
The radical right-wing party argues that current election system discriminates Hungarian voters residing abroad.
Hungarian voters to decide fate or USD 35.5 billion worth of EU development funds on April 8th.
The Hungarian-Swedish dual-citizen who moved to Hungary because of bad public safety in Sweden had been convicted of seven counts of defamation.
The prestigious private institution for higher education founded by George Soros isn’t taking any chances.
According to Ferenc Gyurcsány’s party, the interconnection of the political elite and the criminal underworld is a trend in Eastern Europe.
He says the courts are a lot like they were during the Kádár system.