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        DK criticized by its former Vice-President

        Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

        A liberal economist who served as the Vice-President of former PM Gyurcsány’s Democratic Coalition pours scorn on the party for advocating what he regards as demagogic social welfare and anti-trade proposals. READ MORE

        Migration issues in the local election campaign

        Friday, September 20th, 2019

        Pro-government commentators accuse the Left of downplaying the threats and dangers of illegal migration. A liberal commentator, on the other hand, accuses the government of anti-immigrant fear-mongering aimed at mobilizing its rural base. READ MORE

        Opposition MEPs to vote against Fidesz nominees for EP positions

        Friday, July 12th, 2019

        A left-wing columnist welcomes the decisions of both Momentum and the Democratic Coalition to vote against the Fidesz nominees for key positions in the European Parliament. A pro-government commentator, on the other hand, finds it sad that Hungarian liberal MEPs will vote against their fellow citizens in the European Parliament. READ MORE

        Chances of left-wing cooperation

        Thursday, May 30th, 2019

        According to a left-wing and a liberal pundit, left-wing opposition parties can defeat Fidesz in the autumn Budapest municipal elections. A pro-government commentator suspects that even existing cooperation agreements will have to be renegotiated by the two strongest opposition parties. READ MORE

        First reactions to EP election results

        Monday, May 27th, 2019

        Columnists all across the political spectrum ponder the implications of the European Parliamentary election on Hungarian and European Union politics. READ MORE

        DK seen as the winner of the opposition contest

        Wednesday, May 15th, 2019

        A pro-government analyst predicts that the EP election will help the Democratic Coalition to become the leading force of of the opposition, although not a match for Fidesz. READ MORE

        Democratic Coalition’s politician on ‘caftan Jews’

        Monday, February 12th, 2018

        Right-wing pundits lambast a Democratic Coalition luminary for his controversial comments on atheism and Orthodox Jews. READ MORE

        Deferred payment offered on fines for illegal party financing

        Monday, January 15th, 2018

        A liberal commentator suspects a trap, as Minister of National Economy Mihály Varga offers a possibility for the deferred payment of fees levied on opposition parties found guilty of illicit campaign financing. A pro-government columnist dismisses similar criticism by opposition parties. READ MORE

        Gyurcsány seen as the likely winner on the Left 

        Monday, November 20th, 2017

        The two leading left-wing parties have already named their joint candidates in all the 106 constituencies.  Although more than 60 are MSZP nominees, a left-wing and a pro-government pundit both agree that former PM Gyurcsány’s Democratic Coalition is about to become the number one force within the left-wing opposition. READ MORE

        Left-wing war pits all against all

        Monday, November 6th, 2017

        As left-wing parties continue to argue over whether to run jointly or separately in next Spring’s general election, commentators across the political spectrum agree that the Left has little chance to defeat Fidesz in 2018. Left-wing parties, they assume, are competing with each other to lead the opposition, rather than with the governing parties. READ MORE