Lawmakers on Wednesday passed a package of laws on cultural activity that creates the conditions for the establishment of local council-run theatres, state theatres and theatres with a mixed operating structure. Continue reading “Parliament passes culture bill”
Justice Minister Judit Varga slammed Tuesday’s hearing of Article 7 proceedings against Hungary, saying it had become clear that the proceedings were “being controlled from the outside” and that certain interest groups were trying to create mistrust among European Union member states.
NATO has acknowledged for the first time that mass migration from the south poses a security risk that the alliance must address, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in London on Wednesday.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Tuesday presented author and philosopher Sir Roger Scruton with the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary, Middle Cross, saying he had “recognised the dangers of illegal migration and protected Hungary from unjust criticism”. Continue reading “Sir Scruton receives Hungarian state decoration”
The Visegrad Group (V4) expects the new European Commission to speed up European Union enlargement, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Monday. Continue reading “Szijjarto: V4 expects new EC to speed up EU enlargement”
Due to the increasing migration pressure, state secretary at the ministry of defence Szilard Nemeth has convened the anti-immigration cabinet of the governing Fidesz party’s parliamentary group for Monday. Continue reading “Fidesz anti-immigration cabinet convened”
Thousands of pupils demonstrated today in Budapest, in the framework of the Fridays for Future movement. Continue reading “Climate strike in Budapest”