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Prominent Public Figures Get Behind Push To Bring The Euro To Hungary
New center-right party Polgári Világ (Civil World) has released the names of numerous prominent public figures who are lending their support to the party’s push to introduce the euro as Hungary’s currency, Magyar Nemzet reports. more »
Századvég: 72 % Of Hungarians Think The Government Should Fight On In Quota Case
According to government-tied think-tank Századvég, 72 percent of Hungarians think the country should continue its fight against accepting asylum-seekers, despite a ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that upholds Hungary’s responsibility to comply with the European Union quota system, reports nepszava.hu. more »
Fidesz Says Foreign Powers Might Provoke Street Riots
Both Minister in charge of the Prime Minister’s Cabinet Office Antal Rogán and Fidesz communications director Balázs Hidvéghi said that foreign powers might provoke street riots during the campaign for next year’s parliamentary election, reports HírTV. more »

Hungarian Deputy House Speaker Calls For Diversification Of Gas Imports


Hungarian Deputy House Speaker Calls For Diversification Of Gas Imports
It is a handicap for central and eastern Europe if natural gas is transported merely in the east-west direction and there is no infrastructure for north-south deliveries, deputy house speaker János Latorcai told an economic forum in Krynica in southern Poland on Tuesday. more »

Local Opinion: Migrant Quotas: EU Court Rejects Hungary’s And Slovakia’s Claim


Local Opinion: Migrant Quotas: EU Court Rejects Hungary’s And Slovakia’s Claim
Two pro-government commentators don’t hide their bitterness in condemning Wednesday’s verdict of the European Court of Justice. Europe’s top court ruled that the decree issued by a majority of EU interior ministers two years ago on migrant relocation quotas was legal. more »

Fidesz Protests EU Investigation Into Felcsút Miniature Railway


Fidesz Protests EU Investigation Into Felcsút Miniature Railway
A September 4 meeting of the EU Committee on Budgetary Control (CONT) will result in the dispatch of a fact-finding mission to Hungary to determine whether EU funds had been spent properly on development projects, 24.hu reports. Delegates of the mission, who will visit Hungary between September 18-20, will meet with members of civil society, Prosecutor General Péter Polt and members of the government. more »



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