opinion

2013. január 7. 09:00
Fidesz decided to end its controversial push for voter registration, which is arguably the party’s most significant concession since it was elected to a two thirds majority in Parliament in 2010.
2013. január 7. 08:52
Prime Minister Viktor Orban has made no secret of his reluctance to bow to IMF policy constraints in order to reach a loan agreement.
2013. január 7. 08:42
Critics have said that the law could deter people from registering to vote and lead to lower voter turnout.
2012. december 12. 12:02
For a country known for the majestic Danube River, rhapsodies by Liszt, ancient castles, the world’s best paprika and, of course, the Gabor sisters, Hungary still has an image problem.
2012. december 11. 09:47
Students of ELTE are holding a demonstration and student groups on Facebook are inviting others to rally in other cities during the week.
2012. december 7. 22:59
Is there anyone in this room who came to Hungary to build an honest business and would today choose to do it all over again here, rather than in some other place?
2012. december 5. 14:48
On Sunday, Dec. 2, thousands of Hungarians stood united against anti-Semitism at a protest rally in Budapest. Politicians from the ruling and opposition parties were there, too, speaking up against the controversial remarks by Márton Gyöngyösi.
2012. november 29. 16:27
When Márton Gyöngyösi, a member of the far-right Jobbik party, called in parliament for Hungarian Jews to be catalogued and screened as potential national security risks, it triggered a wave of revulsion and condemnation.
2012. november 22. 13:52
The worst performing minister was by far Hungary’s Gyorgy Matolcsy, followed by Luis de Guindos of Spain.
2012. november 22. 12:16
Krugman makes an argument for the importance of the legislative supermajority and defending the will of the majority of voters.
2012. november 19. 09:20
Hungary’s ruling center-right party, Fidesz, is eager to win back some far-right voters it lost to Jobbik, so it won’t push back.
2012. november 15. 08:52
The ritualized condemnation of Hungary is politically motivated bad-mouthing.
2012. november 14. 21:27
Gordon Bajnai makes Fidesz, Hungary’s ruling populist party, nervous. A mild-mannered businessman, he seems an unlikely David against the government’s Goliath.
2012. november 14. 13:47
If you haven’t read Ambassador György Szapáry’s open letter to David Kramer, president of Freedom House, I would strongly recommend it. While we would prefer to focus on the positive things happening in Hungary, we also feel it’s important to respond to criticism, particularly when it’s biased, misleading or inaccurate. And there’s been a lot of that.
2012. november 9. 15:11
Throughout the report, language is used that is subjective, full of political clichés, and has no direct relevance to democracy and freedom.
2012. november 7. 11:48
The point is that reasonable people may disagree about the right policy prescription for these times of economic crisis. And given the sometimes differing interests and objectives of the IMF and a government that must be accountable to its citizens, it’s perfectly understandable if the two parties sometimes disagree.
2012. október 30. 12:40
Last week, attention turned to an issue that will have important impact on Hungary’s economy: the European Union’s excessive debt procedure with Hungary.
2012. október 26. 10:13
The tens of thousands of demonstrators showed how polarised Hungarian society has become under the rule of the pugnacious prime minister Viktor Orban.

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