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        2019 – with an eye on 2022

        Tuesday, December 31st, 2019

        Looking back on the political events of 2019, commentators from the opposing sides of the political divide agree that the opposition represents a more serious challenge to the government than it did a year ago. READ MORE

        Opposition cities seen as bases for victory at general elections

        Monday, December 23rd, 2019

        A liberal weekly welcomes the alliance of liberal-led East European cities as the advance guard of a potential shift in government throughout the region. A conservative constitutional lawyer warns the leaders of the cities that now they must prove their ability to govern in order to become serious challengers to the incumbent government. READ MORE

        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

        Further analyses of the opposition breakthrough

        Monday, November 4th, 2019

        After losing ten consecutive local and national elections by a landslide majority, the opposition won mayoral posts in 11 out of 23 major cities throughout Hungary on 13 October. The surprise development still gives commentators ample food for thought. READ MORE

        Right-wing analyst sounds the alarm after local elections

        Tuesday, October 29th, 2019

        A pro-government political scientist calls on his governing Fidesz party to roll up its sleeves if it wants to win the parliamentary elections in 2022. READ MORE

        Opposition makes headway in local elections

        Tuesday, October 15th, 2019

        In their snap assessments on Sunday’s municipal elections, the leading pro-government daily and a liberal commentator both point out that while the opposition has captured Budapest and almost half the major cities in Hungary, Fidesz is still firmly entrenched in the countryside. READ MORE

        Migration – a trump card in the electoral campaign

        Wednesday, October 9th, 2019

        As the Prime Minister includes the migration issue in his pre-electoral address, a pro-government pundit castigates the planned European refugee redistribution scheme, while a critic of the government accuses Fidesz of low-level anti-migration campaigning. READ MORE

        Sex-videos in the Mayoral campaigns

        Tuesday, October 8th, 2019

        Commentators are appalled as, for the first time in the 30-year history of democratic Hungary, videos of married candidates with ‘loose’ women have surfaced in an electoral campaign. READ MORE

        Election campaign in the home stretch

        Monday, October 7th, 2019

        A week ahead of the local elections, corruption and sex scandals dominate the campaign – and serve as leading topics for commentators. READ MORE

        Weeklies on the coming municipal elections

        Monday, September 23rd, 2019

        With just three weeks till the municipal elections, commentators in the weeklies and the weekend editions of the dailies ponder the chances of the opposition to defeat Fidesz candidates in Budapest and major provincial cities. READ MORE