Budapest’s Central European University (CEU) will launch all US-accredited degree programs in Vienna in September 2019, the university said on Monday.
George Soros “is again seeking to influence the European Parliamentary elections”, the communications director of ruling Fidesz told Hungarian public media on Tuesday, adding that the US financier was backing “pro-migration forces”. Continue reading “Fidesz: Soros ‘seeking to influence’ EP elections”
Brussels is “going full steam ahead” with its migration schemes, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in his regular Friday interview to public radio. Continue reading “Orban: Brussels ‘going full steam ahead’ with migration schemes”
Government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs has hit back at Hillary Clinton’s criticism of British Prime Minister Theresa May over her Conservative Party’s rejection of the Sargentini report in the European Parliament last month. Continue reading “Govt spox hits back at Clinton criticism”
The Open Society Foundations is turning to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg (ECtHR) to appeal against Hungary’s “Stop Soros” laws, the organisation said on Monday. Continue reading “Soros foundation appeals to Strasbourg court over “Stop Soros” laws”
About the nature of the Orbán-regime
Before the 1998 elections, Viktor Orbán promised „more than just a change of government”. Even with his victory, he had only 4 years to lay the foundations of the „civil Hungary”, a value-based, fundamental idea of the party’s election program. Continue reading “Hungary’s new era”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban will attend the European Parliament’s plenary session on September 11, when the EP is scheduled to discuss the civil liberties committee’s report on the rule of law in Hungary, daily Magyar Idok said on Friday. Continue reading “Orban attends the EP’s Hungary debate”