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Population Decline In Hungary Slows In Jan - March
The number of births went up by just under an annual 1% to 21,274 in Hungary in January-March, while deaths were down by 3.9%, according to the Central Statistical Office said. The number of marriages was up by nearly 10% to 4,247 in the period. The pace of the natural decline of the population slowed from 0.53% to 0.47% in January-March from the same period in 2013. more »

Lázár: Hungary New Govt To Be Set Up By June 15


Lázár: Hungary New Govt To Be Set Up By June 15
Hungary’s next government, including all state secretaries, will be set up by June 15, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office has said. Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will inform Parliament about his candidates for ministers, János Lázár said. A new national development minister will be appointed to replace Zsuzsanna Németh, he added. more »

Orbán: Hungarians Worried About EU Interference


Orbán: Hungarians Worried About EU Interference
Hungarians are worried about European Union “interference” in Hungary’s affairs, and they are right to be, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in a television interview on Saturday. Orbán told commercial broadcaster Hír TV that the ruling alliance of the Fidesz party and Christian Democrats represented the European centre ground because it sees Hungary’s future inside Europe, but “we don’t want to have an uncritical relationship with the community in the way it is now.” more »

Hungary’s Socialist Lick Wounds, Rivals Satisfied


Hungary’s Socialist Lick Wounds, Rivals Satisfied
Socialist Party leader Attila Mesterházy said that the party’s presidium would offer its resignation to the board after the party’s poor EP election showing. The radical nationalist Jobbik party has managed to meet its goal in the European election, becoming Hungary’s second power, party leader Gábor Vona declared. more »
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