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        Recent Posts

        Debate over compensation for inmates and Roma rolls on

        January 27th, 2020

        Weeklies and weekend editions of dailies right across the political spectrum discuss the implications of the government’s plans to suspend payment of compensation for  inmates who have won court cases for overcrowding and Roma children taught in segregated classrooms. Each side accuses the other of inciting hatred and threatening the constitutional order.

        Environmentalism seen as a threat to European competitiveness

        January 25th, 2020

        Commenting on events at the Davos World Economic Forum, a pro-government analyst thinks that what he calls ‘the advance of green ideology’ is jeopardizing Europe’s competitiveness and the welfare of Europeans.

        Budapest Mayor Karácsony’s first 100 days

        January 24th, 2020

        A liberal and a pro-government commentator assess Budapest Mayor Karácsony’s performance during his first one hundred days in office.

        12th district mayor praised for confronting family history

        January 23rd, 2020

        A rabbi welcomes Budapest 12th district mayor Zoltán Pokorni’s courage in facing up to his family history and publicly discussing his grandfather’s involvement in the murder of Jews in World War Two.

        Fidesz urged to quit EPP

        January 22nd, 2020

        A conservative pundit believes that the European People’s Party has turned to the left, and calls on the governing party to quit the EPP and found a new political group in the European Parliament.

        Government suspends payment of compensation to inmates

        January 21st, 2020

        A liberal commentator thinks that the government’s decision to suspend the payment of compensation to inmates further weakens the rule of law. A pro-government columnist welcomes the decision, and finds it fully in-line with the opinion of most Hungarians.

        Weeklies on the Roma school segregation verdict

        January 20th, 2020

        Left-liberal weeklies are outraged by the Prime Minister’s opinion that ‘something should be done’ about the court sentence which compels the Gyöngyöspata Council to pay compensation to Roma families whose children were segregated at school from 2004 to 2012. Conservative authors suggest that the verdict is doing more harm than good.

        EP adopts resolution condemning Poland and Hungary

        January 18th, 2020

        In the very first reactions to the resolution passed by the EP in Strasbourg on Thursday, two opposition outlets believe its implications for both Hungary and Fidesz will be limited.

        Government accused of excluding Budapest from EU funds

        January 17th, 2020

        The nationwide left-wing daily stands by its claim that the government has submitted to the European Union a financial scheme in which the Hungarian capital is left out of a list of target areas for European development funds.

        European Parliament debates over Hungary and Poland

        January 16th, 2020

        A pro-government columnist believes Hungary’s critics in the EP condemn anyone who opposes their project of a single federal European state.