The Slovak prime minister congratulated Viktor Orban on his re-election as prime minister, in a letter, Orban’s press chief said on Friday. Continue reading “Orban’s first official visit is to Warsaw”
The fourth Orban government will work with ten ministries, according to a proposal submitted to parliament on Wednesday. Continue reading “New govt to work with 10 ministries”
Hungary will continue to oppose mandatory migrant quotas, stand up for Europe’s Christian culture and fight to protect its borders, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in his inaugural address to parliament on Thursday. The prime minister discussed sovereignty, demography and economy too in his speech. Continue reading “Orban: The era of liberal democracy is over”
In a demonstration organised by the Civil Opposition Roundtable, a few hundred people demonstrated on Tuesday against the newly elected parliament and government at the Parliament building on Budapest’s Kossuth Square. Continue reading “New parliament greeted with protests”
The legitimacy of the new national assembly and the incoming government is beyond dispute, President Janos Ader said opening the inaugural session of parliament on Tuesday. Continue reading “New parliament inaugurated”
President Janos Ader has asked Prime Minister Viktor Orban, head of the election-winning Fidesz party to set up Hungary’s new government.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban has thanked voters who participated in Hungary’s April 8 general election, the Government Information Office said on Sunday. Continue reading “Orban thanks voters for participation”