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Foreign Affairs Ministry Summons American Chargé d’Affaires Over US Support For Objective Journalism
Hungary’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has summoned American Chargé d’Affaires David Kostelancik over a decision by the US Department of State to fund a program to support objective journalism in Hungary, particularly in the countryside, RTL Klub reports. more »
Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Szijjártó Summons Kostelancik
Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Péter Szijjártó summoned U.S. chargé d’affaires David J. Kostelancik after the US State Department expressed its intention to support independent local media outside Budapest, RTL Klub has learnt. more »
Parlt CTTEE Rejects Opposition Proposal To Change Election Law
Parliament’s judicial committee has refused to put on the National Assembly’s agenda a proposal which the proponent opposition parties said would make Hungary’s electoral system “fair, transparent and proportionate”. more »

Local Opinion: PM Orbán Re-Elected As Party Leader


Local Opinion: PM Orbán Re-Elected As Party Leader
In the first comment on the weekend Fidesz party congress, a conservative critic of the government accuses Fidesz of using apocalyptic rhetoric to mobilize voters rather than debating more down to earth issues. more »

Guard Who Injured Ligetvédõ Activist Punished


Guard Who Injured Ligetvédõ Activist Punished
A judge has sentenced a security guard who injured a Ligetvédõ activist in June last year to 250 hours of community work, the Capital Prosecutor General’s Office said in a statement relayed to ATV on Wednesday. more »

Fidesz Re-Elects Orbán As Party Leader


Fidesz Re-Elects Orbán As Party Leader
The ruling Fidesz party re-elected Viktor Orbán as chairman at its 27th congress. Orbán, who has been the head of Fidesz since 2003 and previously led the party between 1993 and 2000, was re-elected in a unanimous vote by 1,358 delegates. more »



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