Judge Péter Szepesházi has been a judge for 15 years. He says things aren’t looking good inside the judiciary — it’s on the verge of “erupting.”
The former National Theatre director discusses the “fascistoid” turn in Hungary, and the narrowing environment for government opponents.
Former Socialist prime minister confident his party will win 15 per cent of the popular vote in next year’s general election.
MoMa founder and chairman says the 1950s have returned.
HUF 86 million in fines and penalties have been meted out to date for over 100 violations of Hungary’s public procurement law.
The pro-government media is going after independent journalists.
Csaba Csetényi, known to the public as the neighbour of Antal Rogán, has been winning one state advertising contract after another for years, and
Translation of “The Transit Zones Are Prisons Where Pregnant Women Are Handcuffed” published on June 12, 2017, by Hungarian
Translation of interview with former National Radio and Television Board (ORTT) head and author István Kerékgyártó
San Diego State University’s Dávid Jancsics says today’s Hungary resembles an eastern autocracy thanks in no small part to its “flowering straw man