Orban's government has launched a national consultation survey on the EU’s sanctions against Russia.
The Hungarian Prime Minister received a standing ovation from the Republican audience.
Later in Vienna, Orban said he can sometimes express himself 'in an ambiguous way.'
Viktor Orban’s popularity has weakened over the past month due to the record weakening of currency and the highest inflation in the past two decades.
The Prime Minister’s salary is now ten times the Hungarian average and more than twenty times the minimum wage in the country
The Canadian psychologist and writer gave a lecture at the office of Katalin Novak this week. The President later praised the conservative figure on her Facebook.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Hungarian authorities’ use of a handcuff and a leash on an Iraqi asylum seeker was ‘inhuman and degrading.'
The Hungarian PM said that the war next door poses a constant threat to Hungary and it is putting the Hungarian people’s “physical security at risk”, and “threatens the energy and financial security of the economy and families.”
On Monday, the Hungarian PM said he sees a suicidal attempt across Western Europe, including the “gender madness” and the “great European population exchange”.
Political preference among Hungarians has a considerable impact on the perception of Russia and Ukraine – Median Institute's latest polls show. The survey conducted on a sample of 1,000 Hungarian citizens, was commissioned by 444.
Secretary of National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine: Hungary was warned about Putin's plans to attack Ukraine
The Hungarian embassy in Kyiv took to Facebook and wrote they are “outraged” by the allegations that Budapest was warned in advance about Russia’s plans to go to war.
After years of failed attempts and political setbacks, the Hungarian government is trying a novel method for expanding its influence over the judiciary and eroding public trust in the courts. Europe-wide judicial solidarity and pressure from within the EU seem to be the only ways to limit the ambitions of the country’s ruling party.
In the independent media's only chance of the year to pose questions to the prime minister, Orbán said it was unfair that Roma children that faced school segregation received monetary damages. The first 2020 edition of the weekly English-language newsletter from Insight Hungary.