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Hungarian Police Asked To Give Back Overtime Pay
Police who worked extra hours on Hungary’s southern borders during the refugee crisis are being asked to return some of their overtime pay, Népszabadság reports. The work was performed in September and October, most often in 16-hour shifts. The explanation is that the officers have been paid for more overtime than they actually worked. more »
Xpat Opinion: European Parliament Condemns Hungary
The number one left-wing daily is sceptical about the impact of the resolution adopted by the left-liberal majority of MEPs, accusing Hungary of systematically violating basic European values. more »
Magyar Telekom Case Raises Constitutional Questions
In a press conference held after the summit of EU heads of state and government in Brussels, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that a recent dispute between Hungarian pop singer Ákos Kovács and Magyar Telekom "may seem minor, but it raises important questions of principle and of a constitutional nature". more »

WJC Welcomes Hungary’s Decision On Hóman Statue


WJC Welcomes Hungary’s Decision On Hóman Statue
World Jewish Congress head Ronald S Lauder has welcomed Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s recent decision not to use public funds to erect a monument to Horthyera minister Bálint Hóman in Székesfehérvár, in western Hungary. “Orbán’s clear statement on this matter comes very late, but it is nonetheless welcome. more »

Hungary Can Prevent Migrants From Being Returned To The Country


Hungary Can Prevent Migrants From Being Returned To The Country
Minister of State for Government Communication Bence Tuzson told Hungarian television channel M1 that if Hungary takes the stance that migrants cannot be returned to the country, it will also be able to prevent it happening. He said that the EU can launch infringement procedures, but Hungary is acting lawfully, and European law cannot be overwritten by one-off decisions. more »

Biszku Receives Suspended Prison Term For Complicity In War Crimes In Hungary


Biszku Receives Suspended Prison Term For Complicity In War Crimes In Hungary
Communist-era party functionary Béla Biszku received a suspended prison sentence for complicity in war crimes. The Municipal Court of Budapest, however, exonerated him of the charges of ordering the shooting of a total of 49 anti-communist protesters in December 1956 and the beating of academics in March 1957. more »



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