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        Borkai announces his resignation

        Friday, November 8th, 2019

        As the Mayor of Győr resigns in the wake of his taped debauchery scandal, a pro-government commentator suggests that he should have been forced to do so before the elections, while a liberal pundit warns the new left-wing capital city leaders that the opposition press will not be lenient with them. READ MORE

        A call for moral purity in the MSZP

        Wednesday, October 30th, 2019

        A left-wing columnist cites two cases which could do serious damage to the Socialist party if it fails to urgently distance itself from immoral behaviour in its ranks. READ MORE

        Did sex and corruption scandals influence the municipal election?

        Monday, October 21st, 2019

        The weeklies and dailies ponder the role of sex and corruption scandals in last weekend’s surprise local election results, and consider the broader repercussions of what happened on Hungarian politics. READ MORE

        Scandal makes local election contest unexpectedly close

        Monday, October 14th, 2019

        Commentators see the case of the Fidesz mayor of the western city of Győr as particularly harmful for the government side, although sex videos and audio tapes discussing corruption have also surfaced involving local opposition politicians. READ MORE

        Karácsony’s taped remarks on infighting within the Left

        Saturday, September 28th, 2019

        Reacting to a taped conversation in which opposition Budapest mayoral candidate Gergely Karácsony expresses grave moral problems with the Socialist Party, a pro-government columnist urges Karácsony to quit the political scene, while a liberal commentator praises him as a staunch opponent of corruption. READ MORE

        Weeklies on Hungary and the EU

        Monday, July 8th, 2019

        A middle-of-the-road publication weighs the government’s chances of withstanding criticism from the EU after the election of the new European Commission. Opposition weeklies lambast the government, accusing it of widespread corruption, while a pro-government pundit thinks the government enjoys the confidence of the citizenry. READ MORE

        State Audit Office criticizes hospitals

        Friday, August 10th, 2018

        As the head of the State Audit Office accuses hospitals of wasteful and corrupt practices, commentators on Right and Left wonder if the government will have the courage to reform the inefficient and less than transparent health care management system. READ MORE

        Liberal fears over entrenched privacy norms

        Monday, July 16th, 2018

        A liberal columnist fears that the constitutional amendments on privacy will decrease transparency. READ MORE

        A left-wing take on EU sanctions procedure against Hungary

        Thursday, June 28th, 2018

        A left-wing columnist interprets the prospect of an EU procedure against Hungary on account of ‘a clear risk of a serious breach of EU values’ as a shame for the country, and proof that the Hungarian government does not follow the rule of law. READ MORE

        Wholesale corruption charges levelled and dismissed

        Wednesday, March 28th, 2018

        Magyar Nemzet accuses unnamed officials of having channelled vast amounts of bribes to offshore accounts. One of the ‘money couriers’ is allegedly a ‘protected witness’ in the USA. Magyar Idők quotes a series of official statements characterising the report as groundless. READ MORE