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Magyar Opinion: Dispute Over NGOs Still In The Headlines
Pundits across the political spectrum debate if and to what extent NGOs should be considered as political actors rather than independent organizations. more »
Orbán: Clashes With Brussels Expected On Migration & Economic Issues
Further clashes with Brussels are expected this year on issues concerning migration and economic management, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in an interview to public radio on Friday. Hungarians should have access to information about all public personalities and their sources of financing, he said. more »
Trump Invited Hungarian To His Hotel Room In Moscow
US President-elect Donald Trump wanted to take a Hungarian woman to his hotel room in Moscow in 2013, according to tabloid Blikk. Celebrity Kata Sarka laughingly recalled in a video shot last year that Trump wanted to pick her up in Moscow three years previously. more »

Orbán’s Cabinet To Wind Up Sales Of Residency Bonds

Orbán’s Cabinet To Wind Up Sales Of Residency Bonds
The Government Debt Management Agency (AKK) on Thursday said it will stop selling residency bonds, citing favourable developments in the country’s financing conditions in the last year. Applications for the purchase of residency bonds can be submitted until March 31, the AKK said. more »

Socialists Back Creation Of ‘European FBI’

Socialists Back Creation Of ‘European FBI’
The Socialist Party supports a proposal to create an Europe-wide law enforcement agency similar to the FBI in the United States, Zsolt Molnár, the Socialist head of parliament’s national security committee, said on Thursday. more »

Govt To File Criminal Complaint Over Metro 4 Construction

Govt To File Criminal Complaint Over Metro 4 Construction
The government will file a criminal complaint against an unidentified perpetrator in connection with the construction of Budapest’s fourth metro line, János Lázár, the government office chief, said. more »