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Explosion In Budapest: Skeptical Hungarians Suspect Foul Play
Last night around 10:30 there was an explosion in front of an empty storefront at 2-4 Teréz körút. Two policemen, a man and a woman, both in their twenties, were seriously injured. According to early reports, the explosion took place inside the store, but eventually it was ascertained that the detonation of the anti-personnel nail bomb occurred outside. Hundreds of nails have been found nearby. more »
Együtt: Orbán Sabotages Dialogue In EU
In the past year and a half Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has managed to “completely foreclose dialogue on finding a solution (to the current crisis) in the European Union,” the opposition Együtt party said on Saturday. more »
BBC To Host Budapest Debate On Referendum, Migration
The BBC World Service is holding a debate at Corvinus University of Budapest on October 5 as part of a series of debates across Europe, as the continent grapples with the big issues of migration, the economy and security, according to a press release issued yesterday. Topics will include Hungary’s October 2 referendum and EU quotas for refugee relocation. more »

Govt Referendum Campaign Costs Over Euro 36.5 Million?


Govt Referendum Campaign Costs Over Euro 36.5 Million?
The government is spending at least 11.3 billion forints (EUR 36.5m) on the EU quota referendum campaign this year, four times what the ruling Fidesz party spent on its general election campaign in 2014, the opposition Socialists said on Thursday. more »

Interview – Orbán Hopes Referendum Ensures “Strong Sword” Against Brussels


Interview – Orbán Hopes Referendum Ensures “Strong Sword” Against Brussels
Hungary’s upcoming quota referendum will determine “how strong a sword voters can forge” to use in their fight against “Brussels bureaucrats”, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in an interview to news portal Origo on Thursday. In his interview, Orbán said should the European Union “force upon us” mandatory migrant quotas, “it would impact each Hungarian municipality”. more »

HVG Interview: Former PM Says Hungary Now Full Of Russian Spies


HVG Interview: Former PM Says Hungary Now Full Of Russian Spies
Interview with Ferenc Gyurcsány appearing in the September 15th edition of hvg: “This is a country in a very dark place, without big common positive experiences and successes.” – Ferenc Gyurcsány more »



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