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Teacher Protest Movement Holds Demo In Front Of Parliament
The teacher protest movement Tanítanék held a demonstration in front of Parliament on Sunday, demanding greater freedom from central government control in schools. more »
Criminals May Have Been Granted Citizenship
Some 5,000-6,000 criminals may have received Hungarian citizenship with forged Ukrainian documents, HírTV’s “Célpont” programme reported on Sunday. more »
DK Demands Info On Number Of Criminals Who Received Hungarian Citizenship
The opposition Democratic Coalition is submitting a question to Interior Minister Sandor Pinter querying the number of foreign criminals who received Hungarian citizenship as part of a fast-track procedure scheme in recent years. The government has said that over one million people have been granted Hungarian citizenship under the scheme, DK deputy leader László Varju told a press conference. more »

Viktor Orbán: Europe Needs To ‘Go Back To The Drawing Board’


Viktor Orbán: Europe Needs To ‘Go Back To The Drawing Board’
Europe “needs to go back to the drawing board” because it has failed to achieve its goals, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at a panel discussion with his Visegrád Group counterparts in Budapest on Friday. more »

Viktor Orbán’s Father’s Company Awarded $1.2 Million State Contract


Viktor Orbán’s Father’s Company Awarded $1.2 Million State Contract
A company owned by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s father was awarded a USD 1.2 million state contract despite Orbán’s claim that his family stays away from state tenders, investigative journalism group Direkt36 reports. more »

Former Hungarian PM Gyurcsány Slams Orbán’s Cabinet As ‘Immoral Mafia’


Former Hungarian PM Gyurcsány Slams Orbán’s Cabinet As ‘Immoral Mafia’
Ferenc Gyurcsány, the leader of the leftist Democratic Coalition (DK – Demokratikus Koalíció), on Saturday called the government an “immoral mafia” which has “ruined the reputation of the country and shattered its dreams”. more »



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