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Govt ‘Committed To Fighting Hate Speech’
Hungary’s government is committed to freedom of expression and consistently fights hate speech, László Trócsányi, the justice minister, told a Hungarian-Israeli conference in Budapest. Anti-Semitism and any form or racism or prejudice is a “slow-killing poison”, Trócsányi said. more »
LMP Opposes Constitutional Amendment
The green LMP party continues to oppose the proposed terrorismrelated amendments to the constitution, the party’s former coleader András Schiffer said. Parliament is scheduled to vote on the proposal to amend the constitution for a sixth time to create the conditions to handle terrorist threats on Tuesday. more »
Govt Spox: Hungary Not Responsible For Wave Of Migrants Last Autumn
The number of migrants arriving in Europe last autumn soared after Germany’s announcement that they would all be received, so responsibility does not lie with Hungary, government spokesman Zoltán Kovács said in response to a recent report by German daily Bild claiming that Prime Minister Viktor Orbán had misled the German and Austrian chancellors about the situation last autumn. more »

Orbán: Forces Abroad Working On ‘Importing Migrants’


Orbán: Forces Abroad Working On ‘Importing Migrants’
Certain international forces are working hard today to bring as many migrants to the European Union as possible, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in response to a question in parliament by radical nationalist Jobbik concerning Hungarian- American financier George Soros, whom Orbán accuses of being behind efforts to promote migration to Europe. more »

Navracsics Says Hungarian Government Is Talking Nonsense


Navracsics Says Hungarian Government Is Talking Nonsense
European Commissioner and longtime Fidesz politician Tibor Navracsics says any talk of the European Commission trying to blackmail Hungary is untrue. According to Navracsics, the Hungarian government’s claims that the European Commission wants to impose a compulsory quota onto any EU member state is unfounded, and thus any referendum on the subject is pointless. He made the statements during an interview with Klubrádió that aired Saturday. more »

Hungary Marks Trianon Anniversary


Hungary Marks Trianon Anniversary
Commemorative events were held over the weekend throughout Hungary and the Carpathian Basin to mark the Day of National Cohesion, held on June 4, the anniversary of the signing of the WWI Trianon peace treaty. Hungarian communities have become stronger not only in the Carpathian Basin but across the world in the past decade, House Speaker László Kövér said on a commercial radio channel. June 4 continues to be a “day of mourning”, Kövér said, and argued that the “Trianon disaster” has not been processed and its ramifications have not been removed. more »



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