The Hungarian government considers the European Commission’s infringement procedure launched against Hungary’s law on the transparency of civil organisations as unfounded, in a formal response sent to the Commission on Tuesday, a justice ministry state secretary said. Continue reading “Government sends response to EC over infringement procedure”
“The important thing is not to agree on everything, but to want to cooperate despite our differences”, Hungary’s EU Commissioner Tibor Navracsics said about Hungary’s and the EU’s relationship at an event in Kecskemet on Friday. Continue reading “Navracsics: Hungary is a fundamental part of Europe”
The Minister Heading the Prime Minister’s Office addressed a number of questions, including criticism of European liberals, immigration, border control, George Soros, sexual harassment and Ukraine’s education law at his weekly press conference. Continue reading “We are ready for a debate once again – Lazar”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban didn’t want to make a grand gesture to George Soros’s Central European University (CEU) during the election campaign and the national consultation about the “Soros plan”. This is why the government rather decided to extend the deadline, ATV has learnt from high-level Fidesz officials.
The “Brussels machinery” is performing US billionaire George Soros’s pro-migration plan, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an interview to public radio on Friday. Continue reading “Orban: Hungary not a country of fools”
The Central European University in Budapest has signed an agreement with Bard College in New York to provide educational activities in New York State, the university told MTI on Tuesday. Continue reading “CEU close to resolve conflict with Hungary”