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“Let’s Stop Brussels!” Ads Suddenly Disappear All Over Hungary
News site index.hu reported Tuesday morning that the “Let’s Stop Brussels!” national consultation posters, which had been placed by the thousands on billboards, signs and outdoor ad columns across Hungary, suddenly came down this week amid calls by the European Commission and Fidesz’s European Parliament group, the EPP, for Hungary to cease what the EC sees as an anti-European campaign. more »
Hungarian Govt Official Calls On Timmermans To Resign
A Hungarian government official on Wednesday sent a letter to Frans Timmermans, first vice-president of the European Commission, calling on him to quit his post, citing comments the commissioner made in an interview to German daily Die Zeit concerning his view that Prime Minister Viktor Orbán had been motivated by anti- Semitism when criticising US financier George Soros during his recent speech in the European Parliament. more »
First District Mayor Granted Two Official Cars
The First District council has approved two official cars within a year for mayor Tamás Gábor Nagy, although he walks to his workplace, HírTV reports. more »

Govt Issues Position To Correct ‘Misleading’ EU Doc On Public Survey


Govt Issues Position To Correct ‘Misleading’ EU Doc On Public Survey
The Hungarian government has published on its website a position to highlight “basic facts” which were “neglected or distorted” in a document compiled by the European Commission concerning Hungary’s public survey dubbed “national consultation” now under way. more »

Secret Services Say No Incriminating Russia Info On PM


Secret Services Say No Incriminating Russia Info On PM
Hungary’s secret services did not present any incriminating information in connection with Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, parliament’s national security committee established at a meeting on Wednesday. more »

Czibere: Images Do Not Support Disabled Home Abuse Allegations


Czibere: Images Do Not Support Disabled Home Abuse Allegations
The photographs taken by an international NGO in a Hungarian home for the disabled do not support the serious allegations of abuse published in news outlets, the state secretary for social affairs said in a parliamentary welfare committee meeting on Wednesday. more »



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