The European Commission, after criticising the Hungarian government’s prenatal subsidies, has decided to reject the scheme, the government spokesman said on Sunday. The Commission rejected the claims in a statement. Continue reading “The EC rejects the government’s accusations”
“Twelve EPP member parties from nine countries have requested the exclusion or suspension of Fidesz,” party leader Joseph Daul told AFP, adding that the question will be discussed at a meeting on March 20. Continue reading “EPP to discuss Fidesz’s exclusion”
Speaking to Die Welt, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban accused the European left of staging the attack against his party in the European People’s Party (EPP). Continue reading “Orban: Juncker to be replaced with Timmermans on the posters”
In contrast to the promise they made one and a half years ago, the European Commission still hasn’t given any money for Hungary’s border protection, while it continues to generously support “Soros NGOs,” Government Spokesman Istvan Hollik told a press conference on Saturday. Continue reading “Brussels doesn’t help Hungary – govt spox”
Hungarian-born American billionaire George Soros published an article on Monday entitled “Europe, please wake up!”. He urged “pro-European” forces to protect Europe from its external and internal enemies. According to Hungary’s government, Soros is interfering with the European elections in May to help pro-immigration parties. Continue reading “Hungarian govt rejects Soros’s article”
Ahmed H, the Syrian migrant who spent 40 months in prison for inciting a riot in 2015 on the Hungary-Serbia border, will remain in detention until Hungary can reach an agreement with Cyprus, where he had lived before his arrest, on sending him back there, the government spokesman said on Friday. Continue reading ““Syrian terrorist” Ahmed H. remains in custody”
Budapest’s Central European University (CEU) will launch all US-accredited degree programs in Vienna in September 2019, the university said on Monday.