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Hungarian City Or Town To Become European Capital Of Culture In 2023
A Hungarian city or town will have the possibility to become a European Capital of Culture in 2023, the human resources minister said on Friday, inviting cities and towns to submit their bids already this year. Zoltán Balog made the announcement in Pécs, in southern Hungary, which held the title in 2010 along with Essen and Istanbul. more »
Interview István Tarlós Mayor Of Budapest
István Tarlós, born in Budapest, is a Hungarian politician, Mayor of Budapest since 2010 and is currently the Fidesz’s candidate for the upcoming local government election of October, where he intends to become a two-term mayor of Budapest. In an interview for news portal mno.hu he talked about the new election system, the hot topics of the campaign and future of the city’s public sector. more »
Miracle On Violin In The Palace Of Arts In Budapest, 2 February
Having started as a wunderkind, and a violin artist still referred to as a miracle today, Vadim Repin will take the stage accompanied by the Hungarian Virtuoso ensemble on February 2, 2016 in the Palace of Arts more »

Xpat Opinion: Hungary’s Vanishing Social Welfare System


Xpat Opinion: Hungary’s Vanishing Social Welfare System
2015 brought many changes to Hungary’s social welfare system. From March 2015 needy families now receive far less social assistance than before. A number of programs were eliminated. In their place, local governments can offer so-called “settlement assistance”, but who receives how much is now entirely left up to the local governments. more »

Fewer, Older Hungarians By 2060


Fewer, Older Hungarians By 2060
By 2060 the population of Hungary (9.9 million today) might fall by 2 million, every third Hungarian might be over 65 and the number of childless families might steeply rise. The Demographic Research Institute of the Central Statistical Office has issued the three-yearly Demographic Portrait of Hungary 2015. more »

More Than Half Of Hungarians Below 40 Pro-Marriage


More Than Half Of Hungarians Below 40 Pro-Marriage
More than half of Hungarians below the age of 40 support marriage, according to a survey by Kód Market, Opinion and Media Research Institute commissioned by online news portal 888.hu. Fully 56% of the survey’s respondents agreed with the statement that “marriage forms the basis of a regular family life”, the website said. more »



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