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Hungary’s President Greets Diplomats For New Year
President János Áder called for putting aside international disputes and taking action to combat terrorism and boost safety throughout the year ahead in an opening year address to diplomats. more »
Most Hungarians Expect Having To Work In Retirement
Fully 69% of Hungarians surveyed by K&H Bank said they expected to work after they retire. The report noted that the ratio had increased from 61% last year. K&H Bank’s Péter Kuruc told a press conference that nearly 80% of respondents said they expected a worse or even far worse standard of living when they retired and only 22% had pension savings of their own. more »
Magyar Opinion: A Conservative View On Hungary’s Poor PISA Performance
A conservative educational philosopher offers explanations for Hungary’s underperformance in the regular international competence test. He lists differences in educational traditions compared to western Europe, and the failure of efforts to improve education levels among the Roma, among the reasons. more »

Together Plans Anti-Putin Protest


Together Plans Anti-Putin Protest
The Together party is inviting supporters to the corner of Alkotmány utca and Kossuth tér at 6 p.m., February 2 to protest with whistles against the meeting of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Russian President Vladimir Putin. more »

New Night Shelter Opens


New Night Shelter Opens
Mayor István Tarlós on Monday ordered the opening of a new night shelter in Budapest because the extreme cold weather is expected to continue for a few more days. more »

Hungary’s Government Official Praises Homeless Services But Two Homeless Frozen To Death


Hungary’s Government Official Praises Homeless Services But Two Homeless Frozen To Death
Hungary’s homeless services system has passed the “pressure test” of extreme weather conditions, state secretary Károly Czibere told MTI on Sunday. Czibere noted that homeless shelters have been enlarged, and said that there was still “an abundance” of beds to accommodate more people. more »



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