Search XpatLoop.com
Home / Current affairs channel / Archive page 80
Friday 04 Sep 2015
|
 
Keystone Business Solutions
Current affairs channel To discuss sponsorship opportunities click here
• Hungarian News Portals
more »
• Hungarian Newspapers
more »
• Political Parties In Hungary
more »
Hungarian Auschwitz Survivor To Testify In Nazi Camp Officer’s Trial
Hungarian Holocaust survivor Éva Pusztai-Fahidi will testify as a witness and plaintiff in a trial of a former Nazi SS officer accused of being an accessory to the murder of more than 300,000 people at the Auschwitz death camp. more »
Hungary’s PM Comments On Vajna Casinos, Alleged Habony Ties
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told journalists that a contested casino concession, won by the government’s film commissioner Andrew Vajna, was good for the budget, saying he wished all casino operators “huge profits so they can pay more taxes”. In reply to journalists’ questions, Orbán also denied having any official ties with Árpád Habony, who is reported to be an informal political advisor to the prime minister. more »
No EU-US Free Trade Pact Without National Consent
There should be no EU-US free trade pact without the consent of the EU member states’ parliaments, Hungary’s parliamentary speaker László Kövér told MTI in Rome after attending a conference of EU parliamentary speakers, focusing on the role national parliaments may play during negotiations on international treaties. more »

Hungarian National Theatre Chief Wants Explanation For Vienna Theatre’s Statement


Hungarian National Theatre Chief Wants Explanation For Vienna Theatre’s Statement
Attila Vidnyánszky, the director of Budapest’s National Theatre, expects an explanation from the Vienna Burgtheater after one of its actors made a “direct political statement” in Budapest on Sunday. At the end of a performance of Tchekhov’s Seagull by the Burgtheater’s company, as part of an international theatre festival, actor Martin Reinke read out a letter voicing concern over developments affecting the state of democracy in Hungary. more »

DK Calls On Govt To Stop Axing Popular University Courses In Hungary


DK Calls On Govt To Stop Axing Popular University Courses In Hungary
The leftist opposition Democratic Coalition (DK) called on the government to withdraw its decision to eliminate several university courses in the social sciences from next year. Csaba Molnár, the party’s deputy leader, said that the government’s decision to remove these courses at Bachelor’s level from next year’s offerings was politically motivated and had no other reasonable explanation. more »

Hungarian National Utilities Company To Enter Electricity Market By Start Of 2016


Hungarian National Utilities Company To Enter Electricity Market By Start Of 2016
Hungary’s First National Utilities Company (ENKSZ) is expected to start offering electricity services by the beginning of next year at the latest, the company’s chief executive, Péter János Horváth, said in an interview published in daily Magyar Hírlap. Horváth said there was still much work to be done before ENKSZ can start offering district heating services because of the peculiarities of the market. more »



0