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‘National Consultation’ Survey Expected To Contain Seven Questions
The government’s next national consultation, a survey of Hungarians on immigration and the mandatory relocation of refugees, is expected to contain seven questions, state secretary Csaba Dömötör said on public radio on Sunday. more »
Popular Hungarian Cat To Form A Party
Hungary’s most popular cat, Erzsi, has announced on Facebook that she is launching a campaign to establish a party. Erzsi has expressed her opinion about a number of current political affairs and earlier promised her followers that if she got 2,000 likes she would enter party politics. more »
Hungary Listed Among The Most Peaceful Countries Of The World
To commemorate the International Day of Peace (21st of September), The Daily Telegraph listed the 15 most peaceful countries of the world. We are thrilled to report that Hungary is featured on the list. more »

Emergency Management Agency Acquired Twenty-Five Fire Engines


Emergency Management Agency Acquired Twenty-Five Fire Engines
Emergency Management Agency’s vehicle fleet is expanded by twenty-five all Hungarian made fire engines with a total value of over three billion forints. The vehicles will be transferred to sixteen counties across the country, according to the ministry of internal affairs. more »

Local Opinion: Hungary Well On Its Way To Becoming A Police State


Local Opinion: Hungary Well On Its Way To Becoming A Police State
On Wednesday, LMP parliamentarian and national security committee member Bernadett Szél held a joint press conference with László Majtényi, founder of the Eötvös Károly Institute, to discuss the implications of Fidesz’s war on NGOs and the use of Hungary’s national security services for political purposes. Szél and Majtényi’s remarks implied that lines are blurring between politics and national security: Hungary is well on its way to becoming a police state. more »

Áder Calls For Broadening Cities Initiative To Tackle Climate Change


Áder Calls For Broadening Cities Initiative To Tackle Climate Change
At a meeting of state leaders on climate change, President János Áder said that regional and municipal cooperation in curbing greenhouse gas emissions should be expanded. more »



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