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Population Decline Speeds Up In Jan-May
In the first five months, 0.7% more births were recorded than a year earlier, while the number of deaths was 11% higher than the same period in 2016, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) reported. more »
Szijjártó: Attack On Baile Tusnad Protester ‘Unacceptable’
The assault on a protester during the prime minister’s speech at the Băile Tușnad (Tusnádfürdő) summer university was “totally unacceptable”, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said. more »
Ruling Parties Widen Lead, Leftist Opposition Weakens In New Poll
Support for the ruling Fidesz - Christian Democrat alliance increased while for three opposition parties weakened in the second quarter of the year, a fresh poll released by the Tárki Research Institute showed. more »

Local Opinion: Small Opposition Parties At War?


Local Opinion: Small Opposition Parties At War?
A conservative commentator interprets a Reflektor article criticising Momentum as a sign of a pre-electoral war between LMP and Momentum. He assumes that the idea of an electoral alliance uniting them and two other small opposition parties is doomed to failure. more »

Government Offices Order Employees To Photograph & Register Every Billboard In Their Area


Government Offices Order Employees To Photograph & Register Every Billboard In Their Area
Employees of district government offices have been ordered into the streets to photograph and register all outdoor billboards in their area, five days after a controversial new billboard law came in to force, reports daily Népszava. more »

European Court Advocate General Argues For Dismissing Slovakia, Hungary Case On Migrant Resettlements


European Court Advocate General Argues For Dismissing Slovakia, Hungary Case On Migrant Resettlements
The top European court’s advocate general said on Wednesday that the case launched by Slovakia and Hungary challenging the legality of the European Union‘s refugee resettlement scheme should be dismissed. more »



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