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Jobbik To File Articles Of Impeachment Against Ader At Start Of Autumn Session
The opposition Jobbik party will file articles of impeachment against President János Áder on the first day of parliament’s autumn session, the party’s group leader said on Monday. Jobbik believes the president breached the constitution by signing the law on billboard advertising in June, János Volner told a press conference. more »
Orbán’s Cabinet Dismisses Report In The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung About Quota Deal
Government spokesman Zoltán Kovács has dismissed a report in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung suggesting that Prime Minister Viktor Orbán may be open to a compromise deal on refugee distribution after the 2018 Hungarian general election. more »
Jobbik To File Articles Of Impeachment Against Áder
The radical nationalist Jobbik party will file articles of impeachment against President János Áder on the first day of parliament’s autumn session, the party’s group leader announced. Jobbik believes the president breached the constitution by signing the law on billboard advertising in June, János Volner said. more »

Nine Hungarians Stranded In Caribbean


Nine Hungarians Stranded In Caribbean
Nine Hungarians trapped on the island of St. Martin by the devastation of Hurricane Irma have requested help either directly or via their family members from the Hungarian government, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó announced on Monday. more »

Population Decline In Hungary Calls For Urgent Response


Population Decline In Hungary Calls For Urgent Response
On the opening day of the four-day Budapest meeting of the Regional Committee for Europe of the World Health Organization (WHO), Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that while the European demographic problem calls for an urgent response, the issue of population decline must be resolved through the reinforcement of family policy, rather than through migration. more »

ECJ Ruling Represents No Obligation For Hungary


ECJ Ruling Represents No Obligation For Hungary
“In contrast to what Germany’s left-wing Minister of Justice is claiming, the ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) represents no obligation for Hungary to do anything”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó told Hungarian news agency MTI on Saturday. more »



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