Hungary should be prepared for further waves of migrants and “regular, massive attacks” on its border fence in the south, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday, commenting on reports that Turkey has decided not to prevent any more Syrian refugees from travelling on to Europe.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban in his state-of-the-nation address on Sunday laid out in detail his government’s climate protection action plan and its goals to continue developing the country, concluding his speech with the motto “Hungary before all else”. Continue reading “Orban: Hungary before all else”
The government has clear positions on the issues that sparked heated public debates over the past few months but seeks strong backing from society to represent them in the international arena and at home, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office said on Thursday commenting on an upcoming “national consultation” survey. Gergely Gulyas cited the examples of compensation payments to Roma in Gyongyospata, a procedure … Continue reading Govt to start new national consultation
Almost all member states have joined Emmanuel Macron’s initiative to launch an EU-wide consultation about Europe’s future, with one exception, Eurologus reports. Continue reading “Only Hungary didn’t join Macron’s consultation”
It seems that the so far confident government communication is confused. Minister of Interior Sandor Pinter couldn’t confirm that the “Soros plan” exists. Agoston Samuel Mraz, head of the pro-government Nezopont Institute think tank told a pro-government newspaper that the action plan against George Soros is just a political product before the parliamentary elections. Continue reading “Pro-govt expert: the “Stop Soros” action plan is only symbolic”
Excessive corruption makes Hungary’s economy increasingly vulnerable, professor of economy Andras Inotai, former head of the Institute of World Economics at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences told Zoom.hu. Continue reading “Professor of economy accuses the Orban-govt of pure “nation murder””
The stake of the next elections is whether Hungary will have a government which is able to protect Hungary from becoming an immigrant country or not, State Secretary for Government Communication Bence Tuzson told Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap. Continue reading “Tuzson: Those who attack Hungary want to tear out our roots”