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Fidesz Group Leader: Hungarian-German Relations Good ‘Despite Smear Campaign’ By Press
German-Hungarian relations are especially good “despite a smear campaign” in the German press against Hungary, ruling Fidesz group leader Gergely Gulyás said on Thursday. Hungary-Germany relations are “alive and functioning”, he told an event organised by the Nézőpont Institute and the Hungarian bureau of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. more »
Socialists Vow To Agree With Other Opposition Parties On Entering Joint Candidates In 2018 Election
The Socialist Party is determined to reach agreement with its political partners ahead of next year’s general election, the party’s chairman, Gyula Molnár, told a conference on Saturday. more »
National Police Spend HUF 182 Million On Reflective Backpacks For School Children
The accident prevention committee of Hungary’s National Police Headquarters (ORFK) drew a HUF 181.7 million (USD 685,000) public procurement for the purchase of some 46,000 backpacks for school children, reports economics daily Világgazdaság. more »

Government Spent $340,000 On Viktor Orbán’s Flights Since 2014

Government Spent $340,000 On Viktor Orbán’s Flights Since 2014
The government has spent HUF 90 million (USD 340,000) on Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s flights since 2014, including trips to Switzerland, the purpose of which has yet to be revealed, reports HírTV after it obtained data from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. more »

Sovereignty, 2018 Elections In Focus Of Fidesz Congress

Sovereignty, 2018 Elections In Focus Of Fidesz Congress
Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party held its 27th congress in Budapest on Sunday to elect its senior officials and set priorities for the future, including defending Hungary’s sovereignty and preparing for next year’s elections. Addressing the congress, László Kövér, a founder of the party and head of its national board, said the general election scheduled for next spring would be crucial. more »

EEA & Norway Grants Funding Period Ends

EEA & Norway Grants Funding Period Ends
The second period of the EEA Grants and Norway Grants financial contributions has come to an end after over eight years of joint cooperation, state secretary for European Union developments Eszter Vitályos said. more »