The leftish Democratic Coalition organized a demonstration on Saturday afternoon against the tobacco gate and the way that the ruling Fidesz is handling the accusations.
Last Updated on Sunday, 19 May 2013 17:55
"We must make away with the politics of Orbán that tear the nation apart" – this is what László Botka, Mayor of Szeged embarked upon realizing in the South Hungarian city.
A Hungarian martial arts fighter was disinvited from an event in Prague because of his Nazi tattoos, including one reading "death to the Jews."
Voters will "drive out" the government at elections a year from now, Gordon Bajnai, leader of the electoral alliance E14-PM said at a rally in Miskolc (NE) on Friday.
Hungary's sharply falling consumer price inflation and stronger-than-expected first-quarter economic growth won't discourage the central bank from cutting interest rates, the bank's top executives said Thursday. Former prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsány said in a radio interview, that "we have to admit that some left leaning economists were wrong when they criticized the rate cutting policy of the Central Bank over the past years".
The electoral alliance Together 2014-Dialogue for Hungary, if elected in 2014 to form a government, will raise the salaries of teachers by 15 percent in real terms, Gordon Bajnai, the co-head of the alliance, told the press in Gyöngyös (town in North-East Hungary) on Wednesday.
The Fidesz mafia and tobacconist government is caught again. Now it turned out in Hajdúszoboszló that Viktor Orbán and his brigade are immeasurably corrupt: they steal everything that they see.
Even inside Fidesz, it is not advisable to talk about the Szekszárd scandal or the tobacco retail tender, one Fidesz MP requesting anonymity told our newspaper.
Every effort should be made to guide Hungary towards the right path, but expelling the country from the EU should not be an option, Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor said in Berlin on Thursday.
The Socialists plan to reach an agreement with the E14-PM electoral alliance on an election programme and then on a candidate for prime minister by August, the leader of the main opposition party told German newspaper Die Welt on Friday.
Former finance minister Lajos Bokros has announced his return to domestic politics and founded a new political party, the Movement for a Modern Hungary (MoMa), with the goal of representing market-friendly liberal values and seeking the votes of the electorate disillusioned by the rule of Viktor Orbán's Fidesz government.
Fighting to reduce the cost of living, the Hungarian government may make dying a bit cheaper.
Former Hungarian President Pál Schmitt hopes to continue working in the Olympic movement despite his plagiarism scandal.
Ágnes Vadai, who is a member of the Democratic Coalition(DK), is the most popular female MP according to a recent poll.
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