The Kuria, Hungary’s supreme court, has “clearly and seriously interfered” with the recent parliamentary election and “stripped the voters of ruling parties of one mandate”, Bertalan Havasi, the press chief of Viktor Orban conveyed the prime minister’s position to news portal PestiSracok.hu on Saturday. Continue reading “Orban accuses the supreme court of interfering with the election”
The European Parliament’s civil liberties committee has released a draft report criticising the state of the rule of law in Hungary. The Hungarian government’s politicians rejected the report as “interference of the Soros network”. Continue reading “EP draft report criticises Hungary rule of law”
Hungary’s new government will have some new members and a largely new structure to address challenges posed by migration and protect national sovereignty, the cabinet office chief said on Wednesday. Continue reading “Rogan: New govt to work for the Europe of nations”
What’s at stake at the parliamentary elections of 2018 is whether Hungary can remain Hungarian or it becomes an immigrant country, ruling Fidesz’s communications director said on Monday announcing the launch of his party’s campaign under the slogan “Hungary Comes First”. Continue reading “Fidesz launches campaign”
Illegal migration poses a major security risk for Europe as a whole, the ruling Fidesz’s communications director said on Monday in reaction to the start of a court trial in Brussels in the case of Salah Abdeslam, one of the alleged masterminds of the Paris terrorist attacks on November 13, 2015.
US billionaire investor George Soros has been spending “billions of dollars” in an effort to influence Hungary’s upcoming parliamentary election, Balazs Hidveghi, the communications chief of ruling Fidesz told a press conference on Saturday. Continue reading “Fidesz: Soros spends ‘billions of dollars’ to influence election”