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        Trócsányi’s nomination as EU Commissioner blocked again

        Friday, October 4th, 2019

        As the Hungarian government’s nominee for EU Commissioner is rejected again, pro-government commentators accuse the EU of punishing Hungary for its anti-migration policies. Liberal pundits, on the other hand, find the decision justified. READ MORE

        Brain drain and emigration within Europe continues

        Monday, August 12th, 2019

        Two independent economic analysts commenting on an EU report on the brain drain recommend that the Hungarian government consider targeted tax cuts for young Hungarians to slow down emigration. A pro-government columnist likens pro-migration EU politicians to colonizers. READ MORE

        Government suspends administrative court reform

        Monday, June 3rd, 2019

        Commenting on the government’s announcement that it is cancelling the introduction of a new level of administrative courts, two liberal pundits speculate that after the European Parliamentary Election, Fidesz is trying to strike a conciliatory note with the European People’s Party. 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 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

        Stakes at the 2019 EP election

        Thursday, September 6th, 2018

        A pro-government commentator and a left-wing analyst both think that the 2019 European Parliament election will determine the identity of Europe for a long time to come. READ MORE

        Calls for EU-Russia rapprochement

        Thursday, August 23rd, 2018

        Pro-government analysts, commenting on President Putin’s visit to Germany and Austria, call on the EU and European governments to cooperate with Russia rather than following US interests in isolating her. READ MORE

        GDP growth has peaked

        Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018

        A left-wing analyst thinks that the Hungarian economy will underperform official expectations. A pro-government economist finds it unfair for the EU to criticize Hungary despite fast its economic growth. READ MORE

        PM Orbán’s visit to Montenegro

        Thursday, July 26th, 2018

        A pro-government columnist agrees with PM Orbán that the closure of the West Balkan migration route is the common success of Hungary and the Balkan countries. READ MORE

        Brussels plans on refugee relocation

        Friday, July 22nd, 2016

        Pro-government commentators sharply criticise the draft resolution prepared by the European Commission that would impose on member countries asylum seekers whose demands would be accepted by international experts. READ MORE