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        EP adopts resolution condemning Poland and Hungary

        Saturday, 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.

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        European Parliament debates over Hungary and Poland

        Thursday, 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. READ MORE

        A left-wing take on Article 7 procedure against Hungary

        Thursday, September 19th, 2019

        A left-wing commentator predicts that the EU will not punish Hungary for the violation of basic democratic norms. He accuses the EU leadership of putting their political interests before the defence of core European values. READ MORE

        EU partners brace themselves to punish Hungary

        Wednesday, September 18th, 2019

        After a rule of law hearing about Hungary in Brussels on Monday, a pro-government commentator finds it strange that Hungary and other ‘new’ member states are criticised for alleged violations of democratic values. He claims that democratic decline is more prevalent in the West than in the East of the continent. READ MORE

        Hungary’s procedural case against the Article 7 debate

        Thursday, September 27th, 2018

        A constitutional lawyer quotes verbatim sections of EU legal documents to support his case that votes were unfairly counted in the European Parliament when the assembly activated the Article 7 procedure against Hungary. READ MORE

        Dispute with EU rolls on

        Monday, September 24th, 2018

        Commentators right across the political spectrum ponder the implications of the European People’s Party’s decision to keep Fidesz within its ranks, and French President Macron’s suggestion that EU funding should be conditional on accepting a common EU border policy. READ MORE

        European Left accused of threatening EU unity

        Friday, September 21st, 2018

        Pro-government columnists, pondering the implications of the EU infringement procedure against Hungary, accuse the EU leadership of violating basic democratic norms as well as of threatening the unity of the European Union. READ MORE

        Left-wing opposition protests against government

        Wednesday, September 19th, 2018

        A pro-government commentator accuses left-wing parties that supported the recent resolution of the European Parliament to punish Hungary, of treason. An alt-left blogger thinks that the Left’s call for demonstrations is futile and even counterproductive. READ MORE

        European Parliament vote still dominates news

        Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

        A pro-government economist describes the European Parliament vote against Hungary as an attack by global liberal elites on Hungary and national sovereignty. A left-wing commentator believes that the EU wants to defend Hungarian national interests and democracy from the attack they are under from the government. READ MORE

        European Parliament vote opens a new age

        Monday, September 17th, 2018

        Commentators are sharply divided in their assessments of the clash between Hungary’s Prime Minister and his critics in the European Parliament. They agree however that what happened has opened a new chapter in the relations between Hungary and the European Union. READ MORE