DK and MSZP to run separate lists of candidates in different electoral districts.
Billions of forints distributed to the usual cast of Fidesz characters.
The subject of the hate will change over time, but the hate will remain, says the former director of the Hungarian Academy of Science World Eco
Government film commissioner Andy Vajna’s Radio Plus 1 has breached its public service media contractsby failing to play sufficient Hungarian music.
Unbridled waterfront development by companies close to the government to have lasting environmental impact on Lake Balaton.
Democracy and its institutions in and of themselves are not important unless made important to citizens. But we did not do this, says András Jámbor.
Office of the Prime Minister gives Veronica Móra a trophy three years after falsely accusing Ökotárs of partisan favoritism and embezzlement.
The former Raiffeisen CEO says Viktor Orbán’s autocratic regime is here to stay unless a major shock comes along.
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.