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Áder: Hungarians Should Be Proud
Speaking at a state celebration marking Hungary’s St Stephen’s Day national holiday, President János Áder said that Hungarians should be proud of their nation and celebrate their achievements, inventions and resourcefulness. At the inauguration of military officers held in front of Parliament, he said, “It is a people of revolutionary heroes, both famous and anonymous, the persecuted, the outcast, and the obstinate re-inventors, as well as those who insist on freedom at any price.” more »
Pan-European Picnic 27th Anniversary Marked In W Hungary
A commemoration was held near the Hungarian-Austrian border to mark the 27th anniversary of the Pan-European Picnic, a landmark event that paved the way for the fall of the Iron Curtain and the reunification of Germany. more »
Socialists Fail To Gather Enough Signatures For Land Sale Referendum
Socialist Party deputy leader Zoltán Gőgös has failed to collect the required 200,000 valid supporting signatures for his initiative to hold a referendum on preventing the further sale of state-owned farmland, the head of the National Election Office (NVI) said. more »

State Secretary Slams Hungarian Helsinki CTEE’s Call For Invalid Votes


State Secretary Slams Hungarian Helsinki CTEE’s Call For Invalid Votes
A rights organisation "theoretically dedicated to" protecting citizens’ rights should not advise people to cast invalid votes at a referendum, state secretary Csaba Dömötör said, responding to a Hungarian Helsinki Committee statement connected with the Oct. 2 referendum on the EU migrant quotas. more »

Govt Launches Probe Into Graft Allegation Linked To EU Tenders


Govt Launches Probe Into Graft Allegation Linked To EU Tenders
The government has started an internal investigation to uncover whether it was possible to influence decision-makers in connection with European Union tenders, the government office chief said. János Lázár told a news conference that ruling Fidesz lawmaker Roland Mengyi’s immunity would be suspended. more »

Hungary, New Zealand ‘Linked By Fight Against Terrorism’


Hungary, New Zealand ‘Linked By Fight Against Terrorism’
Hungary and New Zealand are tightly bound by the fight against terrorism, Hungary’s foreign minister, Péter Szijjártó, said after talks with his New Zealand counterpart, Murray McCully. Forcing back the Islamic State terrorist organisation is a common interest as “we Europeans are well aware that the more ISIS is pressed back, the lighter the immigration pressure on the continent,” Szijjártó said in Tapolca, in western Hungary. more »



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