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Embassies Support Budapest Pride Festival
Twenty embassies issued a joint statement on Wednesday in support of the ongoing Budapest Pride festival, affirming the right of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities in Hungary to express themselves peacefully and lawfully. more »

No Political Pressure On Government Control Body In Hungary, Its Chief Says


No Political Pressure On Government Control Body In Hungary, Its Chief Says
The government control office (KEHI) has not come under any political pressure in connection with its investigation into the use of Norway Grant monies, the body’s head told business daily Világgazdaság. Barna Gaál Szabolcs said in an interview that since the change of government in 2010 it was natural that most of the investigations launched by the office concerned the period of the Fidesz government’s predecessors, and several even dated back to the nineties. more »

Kúria Reduces Former Budapest District Mayor’s Prison Sentence To One Year


Kúria Reduces Former Budapest District Mayor’s Prison Sentence To One Year
The Kúria, Hungary’s supreme court, on Tuesday reduced the prison sentence of former Socialist Budapest district mayor György Hunvald to 12 months from 18 months for property fraud. The Budapest municipal court of appeals in February 2012 sentenced him in connection with a property scam in the 7th district during his 2003- 2009 term. more »

Hungarian Fidesz - Christian Democrat Ildikó Gáll Elected EP Vice President


Hungarian Fidesz - Christian Democrat Ildikó Gáll Elected EP Vice President
Ildikó Gáll, who heads the ruling Fidesz - Christian Democrats’ list in the European Parliament, was elected on Tuesday to become one of the EP’s vice presidents. EP President Martin Schulz said Gáll was elected with 400 votes in support. more »
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