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Hungarian State To Compensate Inmates For Poor Prison Conditions
Prison inmates who have filed petitions against poor prison conditions are set to receive financial compensation from the state, the daily Népszava said on Friday, citing the National Command of Law Enforcement. more »
PM’s Office To Cost Ft 4bn
The prime minister will have an office with an area of 13,000 square metres in Buda Castle, which must be furnished, and that is why the project will cost Ft 4 billion, PMO leader János Lázár told a press briefing on Thursday. more »
MSZP Nominates Botka For Prime Minister But Debates Over Primaries Still Divide Opposition
Hungarian Socialist Party (MSZP) leadership unanimously agreed Wednesday to support Szeged mayor László Botka (pictured left) to be their party’s candidate for prime minister in 2018 elections. Party chairman Gyula Molnár (pictured right) announced that Botka would receive full powers from the party to conduct closed-door negotiations in coming weeks with other left-wing parties about gaining their support as the opposition left remains fragmented with little more than a year before voters cast their ballots. more »

Better World Order vs. Commemoration: Competing Budapest Rallies Set For Trump’s Inauguration Day


Better World Order vs. Commemoration: Competing Budapest Rallies Set For Trump’s Inauguration Day
On the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th president of the United States in Washington, DC, two competing rallies will take place on Budapest’s Szabadság square, one in support of president-elect Trump and the other to thank President Barack Obama for his eight years in office. The square is home to the US Embassy. more »

US Ambassador Colleen Bell’s Farewell Interview


US Ambassador Colleen Bell’s Farewell Interview
“When we talk about civil organizations, we are talking about groups of Hungarians who love their country and joined together in order to improve the country in certain areas. Or in order to give voice to certain matters, like the problem of corruption and the promotion of tolerance, or improving education. They do not constitute a threat to Hungary, but are vital to a democracy For this reason I would encourage the government to cooperate with these civil organizations in the matters they consider important.” more »

Hungary’s War On The Poor Continues Unabated


Hungary’s War On The Poor Continues Unabated
Two years after the European Commission approved a HUF 30 billion program to provide food and clothing to Hungary’s poorest families and some 4,000 homeless people, the government has yet to complete the process of soliciting, reviewing and approving proposals, according to conservative daily Magyar Nemzet. more »



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