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Gergely Gulyás: There Will Be No Mosques In Hungary
Fidesz parliamentary delegation leader Gergely Gulyás declared on pro-government television Friday that “there will be no mosques in Hungary”, and argued that “from the perspective of our own security, mosques would have a negative impact,” index.hu reports. more »
LMP Faults City Leaders For ‘Poor Management’ Of Metro Replacement Service
Green opposition LMP says Budapest city leaders’ “poor management” of replacement bus service during the renovation of the third metro line could cause a “total collapse” of the capital’s public transport network. From Monday, the northern stretch of the line, between the Lehel ter station and the Újpest-Központ terminus, will be closed for a year. more »
Local Opinion: Doubts About Hungary’s Growth Model
A conservative commentator thinks that the Hungarian economy cannot sustain growth in the long run as Hungarian firms cannot significantly increase wages to stop emigration and ease the labor shortage. more »

Local Opinion: Gyurcsány Against Non-Resident Voting


Local Opinion: Gyurcsány Against Non-Resident Voting
A conservative columnist thinks that former PM Gyurcsány’s proposal to strip non-resident Hungarian citizens of voting rights will mobilize transborder voters – in support of Fidesz. more »

Transylvania’s Hungarian Parties Reject Proposal To Strip Ethnic Hungarians Of Voting Rights


Transylvania’s Hungarian Parties Reject Proposal To Strip Ethnic Hungarians Of Voting Rights
All parties of the ethnic Hungarian minority in Romania’s Transylvanian region have rejected the Democratic Coalition’s proposal to ban those who have never lived in Hungary from voting in the country’s election. The party leaders’ comments were published by the Transylvanian Hungarian daily Krónika on Thursday. more »

Survey: Most Hungarians Reject EP CTTEE Proposal For Asylum System Reform


Survey: Most Hungarians Reject EP CTTEE Proposal For Asylum System Reform
A vast majority of Hungarians reject a recent proposal approved by a European parliamentary committee on reforming the Dublin refugee system, a fresh survey released by the Századvég Foundation showed. more »



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