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.
Hungarian news site Valasz Online wrote serious allegations regarding Ferenc Gyurcsany’s time in government (2004-2009), which the opposition politician denies. Continue reading “Gyurcsany’s questionable relations to Russia”
No dictum or indictment by the European Parliament will cause the Hungarian government to change its policy on migration, Gergely Gulyas, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office, said on Wednesday in a parliamentary debate held in light of the EP’s approval of the Sargentini report. Continue reading “Gulyas: Hungary won’t change its migration policy”
Group leaders of Hungary’s opposition parties on Monday slammed Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s speech opening the autumn session of parliament, accusing him of misrepresenting the Sargentini report approved in the European Parliament last week and of ignoring Hungary’s real problems. Continue reading “Opposition slams Orban’s speech”
“We want to win not only an election but our future, too,” Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Thursday, addressing thousands of supporters in front of Parliament. Continue reading “Orban: Europe is now under invasion”
Ferenc Gyurcsany, the leader of the leftist Democratic Coalition (DK), on Saturday called the government an “immoral mafia” which has “ruined the reputation of the country and shattered its dreams”. Continue reading “Gyurcsany calls Fidesz govt “immoral mafia””
In the wake of pleas by other left-liberal opposition parties to form broad scale cooperation ahead of the 2018 general election, the Democratic Coalition spokesman reaffirmed the party’s stance that its leader, Ferenc Gyurcsany, would top a stand-alone national list but that they would be open to strategic withdrawal deals in individual constituencies to maximise the opposition side’s chances of winning. Continue reading “Gyurcsany to top DK’s own list”