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Hungary’s President Visits Memorial Sites Of 1848 Revolution In Transylvania
Hungary’s President János Áder visited memorial sites of the 1848-49 Hungarian revolution and freedom fight in Szekler Land, in central Romania, on Tuesday. Áder, who arrived in Transylvania for a three-day unofficial visit on Monday, viewed the collection of the Szekler National Museum in Sfantu Gheorghe (Sepsiszentgyörgy), including the only surviving cannon out of around 70 produced by national hero Áron Gábor. more »

Hungary ’s ÁKK Prepares For Dollar Bond Issue


Hungary ’s ÁKK Prepares For Dollar Bond Issue
Hungary has mandated four banks to lead-manage a US dollar bond issue, the government debt management agency (ÁKK) told MTI. The banks are BNP Paribas, Citi, Deutsche Bank Securities and JP Morgan Securities. Citing an SEC filing, Reuters reported that the mandate was for the sale of five- and ten-year bonds. more »

Hungarian Fidesz Campaign Spending Above Legal Cap, Says Transparency


Hungarian Fidesz Campaign Spending Above Legal Cap, Says Transparency
Campaign spending by the ruling Fidesz and Christian Democrat parties and their backers has topped the legal limit, a Transparency International (TI) official said. Parties are legally allowed to spend a maximum of 1 billion forints (EUR 3.2m) to finance their campaigns for the April 6 general election, TI’s legal director, Miklós Ligeti, told a press conference. more »

Bucharest Bans Hungarian Extremists


Bucharest Bans Hungarian Extremists
Romania announced today it has banned Hungary’s Gabor Vona, leader of the extremist Hungarian party Jobbik, from entering the country. Several other Hungarians will also be banned when a full list of names is issued this week. The decision follows a call by the President of Romania, Traian Basescu, for the Romanian parliament to act after Hungarians participated in a demonstration in Romania on March 10 that called for independence for Székely Land. more »
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