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        Fidesz urged to quit EPP

        Wednesday, 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. READ MORE

        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

        Weeklies on the new setup within the EU

        Monday, July 22nd, 2019

        A pro-government analyst looks into the background of the votes cast by Hungarian left-liberal MPs against Fidesz candidates for EU posts. A liberal weekly lambasts the Greens and the Socialists for not supporting Ursula von der Leyen’s election as President of the European Commission. An evangelist columnist interprets her election as an expression of Germany’s drive to dominate the EU. READ MORE

        A left-wing defence of MEPs voting against Fidesz candidates

        Saturday, July 20th, 2019

        A left-wing commentator takes up the defence of the Hungarian Members of the European Parliament, who prevented three Fidesz nominees from being elected vice chairmen of EP subcommittees. READ MORE

        Fidesz votes deemed crucial in electing von der Leyen

        Thursday, July 18th, 2019

        In their first comments on the election of the new President of the European Commission, commentators on both sided of the political divide remark that Ursula von der Leyen would have lost Tuesday’s vote had she not been supported by the 13 Fidesz MEPs. READ MORE

        Exchange of fire over EU nominations

        Monday, July 15th, 2019

        A pro-government pundit suggests that opposition chairpersons of Hungarian Parliamentary committees should be replaced if opposition MEPs block Fidesz nominees for EP positions. A liberal columnist recalls that in 2009, Fidesz MEPs voted against a Socialist nominee in the European Parliament. 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

        The prospects of Fidesz in EU politics

        Friday, May 31st, 2019

        A left-wing and a pro-government columnist wonder how much influence the 13-strong Fidesz group will have in the European Parliament, whether it remains in the EPP or joins another political family. 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