A reader of Atlatszo.ro, the Romanian edition of Átlátszó, found some 30 filled out ballots in Transylvania, near Jeddar, which were undoubtedly cast for opposition parties.
Curia rules against government in LGBTQ case, new facility for refugees, a credit-line yet too far, and OSCE not happy
Last year, a bookshop chain has been fined 250,000 forints for selling an LGBTQ book, a children’s story depicting a day in the life of a child with same-sex parents.
Rallies on March 15, Orbán misses train to Kyiv, fuel shortage and a stealthy drone flies over Hungary
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his challenger Péter Márki-Zay both showed confidence as they rallied supporters less than three weeks before the general elections.
Hungary’s government issued a decree on Monday allowing NATO troops to be deployed in western Hungary and weapons shipments to cross its territory by land or by air to other NATO member states.
Hungary slammed the European Court of Justice (ECJ) and accused the top court of political bias and abuse of power following the ECJ’s decision on tying the disbursement of European funds to the rule of law.
OSCE sends full mission, immunity certificates extended, Budapest to host Swimming World championships, Skating federation wants investigation following Liu's disqualification
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has decided to send a full scale observation mission to Hungary for the April 3 general elections.
Hungarian President Janos Ader called the general elections and also set the date for the homophobic “Child protection” referendum for April 3 in an official statement published on Tuesday.
Opposition activist found dead, Omicron gains ground, Viktor Orban to meet Vladimir Putin and a plea for money
Gergely Homonnay , a Hungarian writer and political activist close to opposition party DK, was found dead in Rome.
Orbán re-elected as Fidesz leader, fuel prices capped at HUF 480, government closer to buying Budapest Airport, opposition warns of election fraud
Orbán re-elected as Fidesz leader, fuel prices capped at HUF 480, government closer to buying Budapest Airport, opposition warns of possible election fraud
Massive demonstrations in Budapest, a NO from the Curia, a record fine from competition watchdog, and a 6-year sentence for a bus driver
Massive demonstrations in Budapest on Oct. 23, Curia says no to referendum question, a record fine from competition watchdog, and a 6-year sentence for a bus driver responsible for Verona accident
Tensions spark between Dobrev and Márki-Zay, Hungarian government tackles the EU twice, and president of Momentum steps down
Battle between Dobrev and Márki-Zay intensifie, Hungarian government at odds with EU over Poland and LGBTQ, President of Momentum Fekete-Győr steps down
Karácsony and Márki-Zay fail to agree, LIBE concerned with rule of law in Hungary, FreeSZFE students graduate and Paks2 is denied a permit
Karácsony and Márki-Zay fail to agree before 2nd turn of primaries, LIBE still much concerned with rule of law in Hungary, FreeSZFE students receive their diplomas and Paks2 is denied an important permit from nuclear watchdog