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New Richest Hungarian List: OTP Chairman Still At Top
Sándor Csányi, the food industry magnate and head of OTP Bank, remains at the top of Forbesʼ annual ranking of the richest Hungarians. The magazine puts Csányiʼs wealth at HUF 294.3 billion, some HUF 11 bln more than one year earlier. more »
New Poll: 2/3 Hungarians Are Living Day To Day
Nearly two-thirds of Hungarians do not have enough savings to sustain themselves for a single month in the case of a sudden interruption in income, according to a public opinion poll on the financial situation of Hungarian families, Népszava reports. more »
Hungary’s President Sends Condolences Over NY Terror Attack
Hungarian President János Áder has sent a message of condolences to US President Donald Trump over Tuesday’s terror attack in New York in which eight people died. Áder wrote that he was shocked by the news of the “cruel attack” in New York in which “the lives of many innocent people were taken”. more »

Szijjártó: Europe’s Security Lies In Africa’s Stability


Szijjártó: Europe’s Security Lies In Africa’s Stability
Stability, peace and economic growth in Africa are primarily important for Europe’s security especially now when migration from that continent has not eased at all, the foreign minister said after meeting his Sudanese counterpart. more »

Fidesz Captures 40% Of Electorate


Fidesz Captures 40% Of Electorate
Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party has captured the support of 40% of the electorate in the latest survey by Medián. In the poll published by news portal hvg.hu, Fidesz’s support among all voters rose by 4 percentage points in a single month and its support was the highest since January 2011. more »

DK Launches Signature Drive To Ban Votes From Beyond Border


DK Launches Signature Drive To Ban Votes From Beyond Border
The opposition Democratic Coalition (DK) is launching a signature drive to bar Hungarian citizens who have never lived in the country from voting, Ferenc Gyurcsány, the party’s leader, said. Those who have never lived in Hungary do not bear the consequences of their votes, Gyurcsány argued, adding that his party was not aiming to strip them of their citizenship. more »



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