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Magyar Idők: European Court Ruling Could Open Door To Migrants
A new ruling by the European Court of Justice prohibiting the use of psychological examinations to verify the sexual orientation of asylum seekers could open the doors to migrants entering Hungary, daily Magyar Idők said. Justice ministry state secretary Pál Völner told the paper that the court had passed its ruling with prior consultations with experts. more »
Local Opinion: George Soros Accuses Fidesz Of ’Buying Up’ The MSZP
A left-wing blogger dismisses and sharply criticizes remarks by George Soros that Prime Minister Orbán has ‘bought up’ the opposition parties, and for suggesting that the Left has little chance of winning the April election. more »
Fidesz Group Leader Slams Soros’s Davos Speech
Gergely Gulyás, parliamentary group leader of ruling Fidesz, has slammed US financier George Soros over a speech he gave at the World Economic Forum in Davos in which he called Hungary a “mafia state”. more »

George Soros: MSZP’s Leaders Have Been Bought Up By Orbán


George Soros: MSZP’s Leaders Have Been Bought Up By Orbán
Speaking at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, billionaire investor and philanthropist George Soros touched on Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and the political situation in Hungary. more »

Orbán Meets Babis For Bilateral Talks In Budapest


Orbán Meets Babis For Bilateral Talks In Budapest
Caretaker Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis brings new flavour and new opportunities to the Visegrad Group alliance, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said after talks with Babis in Budapest on Friday. more »

Luxembourg Court: Hungary Should Not Have Put Gay Nigerian Asylum Seeker Through Psychology Test


Luxembourg Court: Hungary Should Not Have Put Gay Nigerian Asylum Seeker Through Psychology Test
The sexual orientation of asylum seekers must not be ascertained through psychological examinations, the Court of Justice of the European Union said in a Thursday ruling, after a complaint by a Nigerian national whose asylum request had been turned down by Hungarian authorities. more »



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