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”
International human rights organisation Freedom House listed Hungary as the least democratic country in the European Union. Continue reading “Government slams Freedom House report”
The government is discussing a proposal tomorrow, which could even make it possible to ban George Soros from Hungary, Hungarian news site Origo reported, citing sources.
Ruling Fidesz has called on the government to withstand “any European endeavours to make Hungary a destination country for migrants”. Continue reading “Fidesz calls on govt to withstand Brussels pressure”
Some 2.3 million Hungarians have answered the government’s questions in the latest “National Consultation” survey, the communications director of ruling Fidesz told a press conference on Sunday. Continue reading “Fidesz hails ‘record’ participation in national survey”
“Now we see the scope of the Soros network’s influence in Brussels”, Balazs Hidveghi, communications director of Fidesz said after a broad majority of MEPs endorsed the European Parliament’s mandate to start talks on revamping the Dublin system, drawn up by the LIBE committee, in a vote on Thursday (390 to 175, with 44 abstentions). The Parliament can now begin talks with the Council. Continue reading “Fidesz: Wikström report extremely dangerous”
According to the prime minister, the most important stake of the upcoming parliamentary elections is whether they can protect the fence and the achievements of the past seven years, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Cabinet Office, Antal Rogan told journalists on Sunday after Viktor Orban’s speech in at the Kötcse civic picnic. Continue reading “Fidesz politicians warn of foreign intervention”