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Italy’s new gov’t joined forces with Hungary’s Orban in to take on Brussels “together”

Italy’s new Eurosceptic government pledged on Tuesday to work with the authoritarian prime minister of Hungary to “change the rules” of the European Union.

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Hungary’s opposition in complete disarray – except for the Democratic Coalition

Since Viktor Orban’s landslide victory the Hungarian opposition is in a complet mess. It is worth mentioning that former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany’s Democratic Coalition (DK) is the only exception in this respect.

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Amid party scandals, iconic professor leaves LMP

The well known economist says LMP has stepped on Orban’s path.

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Hungary’s ‘Stop Soros’ bill seeks to criminalise migrant helpers, Euronews

On Tuesday, Viktor Orban’s ruling Fidesz submitted to Parliament a bill ridiculously titled “Stop Soros.” This bill has nothing to do with George Soros and it has absolutely nothing to do with human trafficking. The bill is about incarcerating Hungaria…

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Hungary’s opposition shows its pettiness yet again

While Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is still in full campaign mode, touring factories in small-town Hungary and taking photographs or sharing snacks with factory workers in a manner, which some have noted bears a striking resemblance to the “peaceful” da…

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LMP’s leaders sabotaged the campaign and didn’t pay for Mr. Werber’s consultancy services

According to a letter which was published by the weekly newspaper Magyar Narancs and was originally sent by the lawyer of the political consultant Mr. Ron Werber to the board of LMP, party co-head Mrs. Bernadett Szél and member of the board Mr. Péter U…

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Orban re-elected as Hungary’s PM for fourth term, DK’s MPs vote against

Viktor Orban was re-elected as Hungary’s prime minister by the parliament here on Thursday, starting a third consecutive and a fourth overall term as leader of Hungary.

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DK is preparing for intensive work in Parliament

The Democratic Coalition (DK) still does not consider the parliamentary elections free and fair, but despite that the party’s parliamentary group is preparing for intensive parliamentary work, MTI reports.

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In Europe it`s unprecedented for governments to be the major source of fake news

Looking at political election campaigns over the past years it seems hardly possible to win an election without creating fake news.

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Orban knows how to make use of his two-thirds majority

Janos Ader, the president of Hungary, asked Mr Orban to form the next government, he – what a surprise! – accepted the request.

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Amid anti-Gov’t protests Hungarian parliament reconvenes to elect Orban PM for new term

Reuter reports that thousands of Hungarians protested outside parliament on Tuesday against what they described as Viktor Orban’s authoritarian rule, after parliament convened for its first session following an election that gave the premier a third st…

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DK agrees with the EU: no EU funds for those who steal

According to a plan revealed in the European Parliament, EU funds could be taken back from those member states where there is a systematic stealing of EU funds. The Democratic Coalition (DK) agrees with the EU’s plan: no funds for those who steal. The …

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Hungary’s Gov’t rejects ‘blackmail’ over EU funds

Reuters reports that Hungary responded angrily on Thursday after the European Commission proposed cutting development funds to countries deemed to have undermined the rule of law, saying it would not yield to “blackmail”.

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Hungary PM Orban vows tougher laws on migration, names new deputy PMs

After an election victory built on a fierce anti-migrant campaign, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Friday said his new government would soon bring forward tighter immigration rules, Reuters reports.

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Amid vote recounting scandals Gyurcsany’s DK seeks to have new parliamentary elections

The Democratic Coalition (DK) is challenging the parliamentary election results at the Supreme Court (Kuria) on the basis of suspected fraud and calls for new elections as soon as possible under “European control”.

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Gyurcsany to lead DK’s caucus in new Parliament

Democratic Coalition’s chairman Ferenc Gyurcsány is going to be the party’s parliamentary group leader, his deputy will be MP Agnes Vadai. DK will have 9 MPs out of the 199 in Hungary’s parliament.

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Hungary’s second big rally against newly-elected PM Viktor Orban

An estimated 100,000 took to the streets in Hungary to protest the media policies and campaign against non-governmental organisations by the government of Prime Minister Viktor Orban, according to organisers.It was the second consecutive Saturday rally…

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I do not have the same value as Viktor Orbán, but he is there, he was chosen, French President Macron

Emmanuel Macron, who beat back the far-right National Front to win the French presidency, said on Tuesday that there was “an increasing fascination with illiberalism” in Europe and that divisions over values within the European Union were like “a Europ…

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Gyurcsány has become the star for young protesters

It sounds unbelieveble but it is true: the average age of the former Prime Minister’s supporters has decreased by decades.

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