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Hungarian Poll Shows Fewer Uncertain Voters
The ratio of uncertain voters has decreased and support for nearly all political parties increased, except for radical nationalist Jobbik, which lost support among decided voters, daily Magyar Idők said, citing the results of an October poll by ZRI Závecz Research. more »
Suspect In Sept Budapest Bomb Attack Arrested
Members of the Counter Terrorism Centre (TEK) have arrested a suspect in the September 24 Budapest bomb attack, public television M1 reported on Wednesday citing TEK sources. more »
US Ambassador Concerned About Media Diversity In Hungary
Colleen Bell affirmed that she will continue to speak out in support of a free press after the recent closure of Népszabadság. In an interview with Klubrádió, she said she does not know the reason for the closure but the wider context is worrisome. more »

Hungary’s October 23 Schedule Finalised


Hungary’s October 23 Schedule Finalised
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Polish President Andrzej Duda will speak at the official October 23 remembrance ceremonies this year. No other heads of state or government will be in Hungary to mark the 60th anniversary of the Uprising. more »

Demonstration Held Against Népszabadság Closure In Brussels


Demonstration Held Against Népszabadság Closure In Brussels
A demonstration was held in protest of the suspension of Hungarian daily Népszabadság’s publication in front of the European Commission headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday. Speakers at the protest said that the paper’s closure had “seriously hurt” the freedom of the Hungarian press. more »

Molnár: Jobbik In Position To ‘Blackmail’ Orbán


Molnár: Jobbik In Position To ‘Blackmail’ Orbán
The opposition Socialist leader said radical nationalist Jobbik’s leader is in a position to “blackmail” Prime Minister Viktor Orbán over the recently tabled constitutional amendment proposal in connection with EU migrant quotas. more »



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