Ruling Fidesz’s MEP Livia Jaroka and the opposition Democratic Coalition’s Klara Dobrev were both elected vice-presidents of the European Parliament on Wednesday. Continue reading “Two Hungarian MEPs elected vice-president”
The opposition Democratic Coalition (DK), which has recently won four seats in the European Parliament, will again join the Socialists and Democrats group, executive vice president of the party Csaba Molnar told a press conference on Friday.
Government plans to reorganise the structure and funding of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) have triggered protests from opposition parties on Tuesday. Continue reading “Protest for the Academy of Sciences”
Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party has maintained its stable lead, opposition Socialists (MSZP) and left-liberal DK have minimally strengthened, while conservative Jobbik’s and green LMP’s popularity has been falling, Hungarian pro-government daily Magyar Idok concluded, based on the recent surveys of four pollsters. Continue reading “Fidesz unchallenged – polls”
Hungary’s opposition parties on Saturday slammed Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s keynote speech at the Baile Tusnad Summer University, saying it was a “declaration of war on Europe”. Continue reading “Opposition slams Orban’s speech”
According to a recent poll by the government-friendly Nezopont Institute, support for the ruling Fidesz-KDNP alliance has further increased since the parliamentary elections in April. One of the opposition parties wouldn’t make it to the parliament. Continue reading “Fidesz gets even more popular – poll”
Opposition party representatives said consultations on Wednesday for cooperation in upcoming by-elections were “constructive and held amid a good atmosphere”. Continue reading “Opposition discussed cooperation in by-elections”