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Xpat Opinion: Gábor Vona Of Jobbik Cleans House
Something momentous happened today in Hungarian party politics. Gábor Vona, chairman of Jobbik, got rid of three of his most radical deputies: Előd Novák, István Szávay, and István Apáti. In addition, he made it clear to Mrs. Lóránd Hegedűs, wife of the anti-Semitic, extremist Reformed minister, that she shouldn’t even try to put her name forward as a member of the executive board because he has veto power over candidates. more »
Xpat Opinion: Medián Poll On Hungarian Anti-Semitism
A while back Medián conducted a survey on anti-Semitism in Hungary. It just made its findings public. The document is almost forty pages long, full of tables and graphs, and defies being summarized in a few paragraphs. Here I will concentrate on a couple of areas of the study I personally found interesting and/or significant. more »
41.5 Percent Of Hungarians Live On The Edge Of Poverty
41.5 percent of Hungarians are living on the edge of poverty according to a study released by Policy Agenda, a political consultancy. The study was sponsored by the Association of Hungarian Unions (MaSzSz) and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. more »

Jobbik Dep Leader: Preparing For Governing More Important Than Individual Interests


Jobbik Dep Leader: Preparing For Governing More Important Than Individual Interests
The radical nationalist Jobbik should give priority to preparations for governing rather than keeping individual interests in view, deputy leader Tamás Sneider said, responding to press reports about the replacement of three fellow deputy leaders. It was announced on Wednesday that party leader Gábor Vona decided to replace three of his deputies, Előd Novák, István Apáti and István Szávay. more »

Parl CTTEE Approves Changes To CBank Law In Line With Top Court Ruling


Parl CTTEE Approves Changes To CBank Law In Line With Top Court Ruling
Parliament’s legislation committee approved changes to a draft amendment to the central bank law, which aims to bring the legislation in line with a recent top court ruling raising concerns over data secrecy measures. The changes proposed by Erik Bánki, a lawmaker for Fidesz, would remove passages from the law that gave foundations owned by the central bank the right to restrict access to their financial data. more »

Minister Urges Dialogue With All Teachers


Minister Urges Dialogue With All Teachers
A good school cannot be “built” without a dialogue with all the teachers, Human Resources Minister Zoltan Balog told headmasters in Szeged, commenting on a full-day strike organised by unions. Public school teachers held a full-day strike on Wednesday after their strike committee had failed to reach an agreement with the government earlier this week on their demands. more »



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