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Two Demonstrations Against Népszabadság’s Suspension
Two demonstrations were held against the suspension of Népszabadság daily on Saturday evening. The opposition Socialists staged a demonstration with about hundred people in front of the newspaper’s offices in Budapest. more »
Prime Minister On Hungary Referendum Impact Abroad
The prime minister commented on the impact of Hungary’s national referendum on mandatory EU migrant quotas abroad. Viktor Orbán told public Kossuth radio that Nicolas Sarkozy, who has a chance of winning the French election, has already said he would call a referendum on migration related matters if he wins. more »
Opposition Slams Népszabadság Suspension; Fidesz Says Move Business Decision
The opposition parties strongly criticised the suspension of Népszabadság, while governing Fidesz said it viewed it as a business decision. more »

Publisher Suspends Publication Of Hungarian Daily Népszabadság


Publisher Suspends Publication Of Hungarian Daily Népszabadság
Publisher Mediaworks on Saturday suspended the publication of the print and online versions of Népszabadság in a move that shocked the staff and drew cries of outrage from other newspapers in Hungary and abroad. more »

Gyurcsány’s Party Pulls Out Of Parliament


Gyurcsány’s Party Pulls Out Of Parliament
The leftist Democratic Coalition (DK) has announced it would stay away from parliament in future, but deputies would not return their mandate. DK leader Ferenc Gyurcsány told a press conference on Monday that his party had “no other choice” in light of recent developments. more »

National Securities Committee To Examine Reports Of SIM Card Purchases By Terrorists


National Securities Committee To Examine Reports Of SIM Card Purchases By Terrorists
The Hungarian parliament’s national securities committee will probe whether the police or telecoms can be held responsible in connection with terrorists allegedly buying SIM cards in Hungary under anonymity, the committee’s head said on Thursday. more »



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