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Opposition Party Turns To EU’s Antifraud Office Over M4 Motorway Tender
The opposition Democratic Coalition (DK) plans to submit a complaint to the European Union’s anti-fraud office (OLAF) concerning the outcome of a tender to build the M4 motorway, deputy party leader László Varju said. He cited press reports showing that a consortium linked to Lőrinc Mészáros, the mayor of Felcsút, won the bid despite another consortium’s being 25 billion forints (EUR 80m) cheaper. more »
Socialists Call On Tarlós To Recover BKV Money From Govt
The opposition Socialists called on Mayor István Tarlós to recover money taken away by the government from Budapest transport company BKV in order to prevent its collapse. Csaba Horváth, the party’s Budapest representative, said that unless a wage dispute involving BKV is resolved imminently public transport in the entire city could collapse. more »
Avramopoulos To Visit Hungary For Talks On Asylum Legislation
Dmitris Avramopoulos, the European Union’s commissioner for migration, home affairs and citizenship is to visit Budapest in the near future to conduct “serious talks” with Hungarian officials, a spokesperson told AFP on Wednesday. more »

LMP: Referendum Sole Opportunity For Hungarians To State Opinion On Paks


LMP: Referendum Sole Opportunity For Hungarians To State Opinion On Paks
Opposition LMP sees a referendum as the only chance for Hungarians to thwart the “corrupt project” to expand the Paks nuclear plant, the party’s co-leader said after the European Commission green lighted the Russian backed investment on Monday. more »

Hungarian Government Rejects Social Gender Roles On International Women’s Day


Hungarian Government Rejects Social Gender Roles On International Women’s Day
On the occasion of International Women’s Day on Wednesday, Hungary’s human resources minister told a conference that the government rejects the idea of social gender roles but approves of flexible social roles. more »

Orbán, Putin Discuss Paks Upgrade By Phone


Orbán, Putin Discuss Paks Upgrade By Phone
Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán called Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss issues around the planned upgrade of Hungary’s Paks nuclear plant on Tuesday, the prime minister’s press office told MTI. The call came in the wake of the European Commission’s giving the green light to the upgrade project on Monday. more »



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