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US Embassy Budapest Refuses To Tell Tax Office Chief Reason Of Ban
The head of the tax office NAV visited the US embassy on Monday morning to ask why she had been banned from visiting the US but she got no answer, commercial news channel HírTV said. Ildikó Vida visited the embassy with her legal representative Barnabás Futó without previous arrangements to learn about the evidence for corruption allegations. more »
Norway “Blackmailing” Hungary Over Funding, Mulling Legal Steps
A statement last week by Norway’s ambassador to Hungary suggesting that the transfer of 36 billion forints (EUR 116m) suspended in May depended on whether civil organisation Ökotárs Foundation would be able to carry on its work was “blackmail”, Nándor Csepreghy, deputy cabinet state secretary for development policy communications, told public television. more »
Németh: Hungary’s Foreign Affairs Staff Not Impacted
No foreign affairs official has been affected by the United States’ entry ban, the head of parliament’s foreign affairs committee said today. Zsolt Németh, speaking after a meeting of the political parties and Péter Szijjártó, the foreign minister, said the US had a “legal obligation” to support Hungary’s authorities in their fight against corruption. more »

Hungarian PMO Undersecretary Csepreghy Accuses Norway Of Blackmail


Hungarian PMO Undersecretary Csepreghy Accuses Norway Of Blackmail
Norway’s refusal to resume the transfer of funds to the Hungarian government amounts to blackmail, PMO undersecretary Nándor Csepreghy told Magyar Hírlap in an interview. Norway ended the transfer of funds on May 9 under the Norway Grant programme after the government unilaterally changed the administrative procedures, but continued to transfer money to Hungarian NGOs. more »

RTL News Catches Up With TV2 In Hungary


RTL News Catches Up With TV2 In Hungary
Viewer numbers for RTL Klub’s nightly news show “Híradó”, which is generally critical of the government, have overtaken those of TV2’s “Tények” newscast in the 18-49 age group and are nearly level among the entire population, according to market researchers Nielsen. more »

Semjén Suspects Opposition Behind Foreign Criticism Of Hungary’s Govt


Semjén Suspects Opposition Behind Foreign Criticism Of Hungary’s Govt
Critical voices in Europe and in the United States are fuelled by Hungary’s opposition parties, Zsolt Semjén, the deputy prime minister, told commercial HírTV on Saturday. “The leftist opposition does no longer have Soviet tanks, but they are trying to gain more weight through external attacks by various business and political groups”, Semjén insisted. more »



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