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Lázár: Govt Doesn’t Owe Teachers Apology
It is not the government that owes an apology to teachers after spending 266 billion forints (EUR 850m) over the past few years to hike wages in the sector, government office chief János Lázár said at a weekly government press conference. Lázár was commenting on István Pukli, a headmaster who has become the symbolic leader of Hungary’s teacher protest movement, calling on Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and President János Áder to apologise to teachers. more »
Orbán Warns Of “Internationalist” Attacks On Hungary
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán addressed a crowd of sympathizers outside the National Museum on Tuesday. Orbán’s speech was what we have now come to expect from the Prime Minister of Hungary: more »
Xpat Opinion: ‘State Of Migration Emergency’ Under Fire
Mandiner doubts whether the declaration of a special state of emergency in view of a potential wave of irregular migrants is legally justified. Magyar Idők quotes experts who believe that it will eventually prove useful. more »

Orbán Laughs Off Teachers Strike Threat


Orbán Laughs Off Teachers Strike Threat
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is not taking seriously the strike threat issued by a leader of the teachers protests at Tuesday’s rally, he said yesterday. Asked about it by Népszabadság in a corridor of Parliament, Orbán said “I took that as a joke”. more »

Socialists Set Up Anti - Corruption Transparency Working Group


Socialists Set Up Anti - Corruption Transparency Working Group
The Socialist Party on Wednesday set up a transparency working group aimed at “putting an end to institutionalised government theft” of public funds and corruption, the Socialist deputy head of parliament’s legislative committee said. more »

PM Advisor: Austria Could Change Minds About Hungary On Migration Issues


PM Advisor: Austria Could Change Minds About Hungary On Migration Issues
The stance of the international community towards Hungary concerning its migrant quota policy may significantly change in light of a recent position of legal experts in Austria, the prime minister’s domestic security advisor told public news channel M1. more »



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