Hungarian opposition parties on Saturday slammed Prime Minister Viktor Orban for his speech at the annual summer university in Baile Tusnad (Tusnadfurdo), in central Romania. Continue reading “Opposition slams Orban’s speech”
The Hungarian nation today has the political and economic calibre to protect itself and preserve its independence, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Saturday in his annual address at the “Tusvanyos” summer university. Continue reading “Orban at Tusvanyos: Yes to democracy, no to liberalism”
Parties with a strong, right wing, Christian Democratic conservative agenda that had been most sharply “attacked” had cleared the ballot with the best results, Gergely Gulyas, the head of the Hungarian Prime Minister’s Office said at the summer university in Baile Tusnad (Tusnadfurdo), central Romania, on Friday.
Continue reading ““Fidesz has the strongest support possible in a democracy””
Dries Van Langenhove, the leader of the Flemish Schild und Vrienden right-wing students’ organisation had the opportunity to hold a conversation with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban at the 29th Balvanyos Summer Open University and Student Camp in Tusnadfurdo (Baile Tusnad), Transylvania, Romania. Continue reading “Orban meets Flemish right-wing youth leader”
Viktor Orban is a provocateur who dances on the edge of the knife, Martin Ehl, journalist of Czech daily Hospodarske Noviny writes, according to the Hungarian news agency MTI’s summary. Continue reading “Orban can become a major European leader – press”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been introducing the main goals of his policy at the Balvanyos Summer Open University and Student Camp (Tusvanyos) for years. Marton Gyongyosi, deputy chairman and group leader of Jobbik reacted to this on his Facebook page. According to him, the Hungarian prime minister’s “cultural fight is not European and not Hungarian”, and instead of his system that constantly creates conflicts, Hungary and Europe needs “predictable daily life and plannable future”. Continue reading ““The mistakes of the Western liberal intellectuals should be battled by the real Europe, not by Eastern despotism””
Festival-goers and politicians of the 29th Balvanyos Summer Open University and Student Camp (also known as Tusvanyos) listened to a very confident Viktor Orban on Saturday. Hungary’s prime minister has launched a counter-attack against his opponents and made it clear that he wants Hungary to be in the power center of the European Union. Continue reading “Leaving the periphery – Orban and the Zeitgeist”