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PM Orbán: Hungary, Austria Must Cooperate On Security
Hungary and Austria must work together to guarantee each other’s security, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Vienna after talks with Austrian Vice- Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache, head of the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ). more »
Special Parlt Session On ‘Secretly Accepted’ Refugees Fails To Reach Quorum
A special session of parliament initiated by radical nationalist Jobbik to debate the “secret acceptance” of 2,300 refugees in the last three years failed to reach quorum on Tuesday because lawmakers of the ruling alliance boycotted the session. more »
Deutsch: EP Committee Attempting To Put Pressure On Hungary
The European Parliament’s Committee on Budgetary Control (CONT) has recommended further investigations of financial matters in Hungary, which appears to form a part of efforts to put ever greater pressure on the country in connection with the government’s stance on migration, Tamás Deutsch, an MEP representing the ruling Fidesz party, told journalists after a meeting of the committee. more »

Local Opinion: Gyurcsány Accuses MSZP Of Conniving With Fidesz


Local Opinion: Gyurcsány Accuses MSZP Of Conniving With Fidesz
A political scientist thinks the leader of the Democratic Coalition probably considers other opposition parties as rivals rather than allies, otherwise he would not accuse them of conniving with the ruling party, which they are supposed to be dethroning together. more »

As Many As 250 Parties May Run In The Upcoming Election


As Many As 250 Parties May Run In The Upcoming Election
According to a registry of political parties maintained by the National Office of the Judiciary (OBH), there are currently 250 parties in Hungary, of which 116 have been registered since the 2014 general election. During this time only one party was deleted from the registry. more »

Sunday Demonstration Unveils Policy Recommendations For Education


Sunday Demonstration Unveils Policy Recommendations For Education
Tanítanék Mozgalom (‘I Would Teach’ Movement) held a demonstration Sunday afternoon in Budapest’s Kossuth Square to publicize policy recommendations formulated by the movement in conjunction with Hungary’s main left-liberal parties under the title “a minimum for education.” more »



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