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        Further ruminations on Lázár’s Vienna video

        Saturday, March 10th, 2018

        A liberal commentator suspects that Mr Lázár wants to divert attention from corruption through anti-immigrant fear-mongering. A pro-government blog accuses the liberal media of falsifying facts in order to help the opposition parties in the campaign. READ MORE

        Minister Lázár says migrants make Vienna suburb dirty, poor and unsafe

        Friday, March 9th, 2018

        A pro-government columnist agrees with János Lázár that life in Vienna is changing under the impact of Muslim immigration. A left-wing commentator finds Mr Lázár’s suggestions cynical and ridiculous. READ MORE

        A bill against Heineken beer

        Saturday, March 18th, 2017

        A conservative legal analyst finds it ridiculous and unconstitutional that the government intends to enact a law in retaliation against Heineken which has had a Hungarian Transylvanian beer banned by a Romanian court. READ MORE

        Hungary to take asylum seekers into custody

        Monday, January 16th, 2017

        A conservative pundit welcomes the government’s plan to take asylum seekers into custody while their applications are processed. Her left-wing counterpart thinks that there is no real terrorist danger that would necessitate such strict regulations. READ MORE

        PISA test scores decline

        Saturday, December 10th, 2016

        A left-wing commentator accuses the government of purposefully impairing public education in Hungary in order to ‘produce obedient citizens’, while his right-wing counterpart thinks that politicising the debate on education makes proper discussion difficult. READ MORE

        Lázár’s words fuel Huxit debate

        Monday, July 4th, 2016

        Commenting on ambiguous statements by top government officials following the Brexit referendum, left-liberal commentators wonder if Viktor Orbán’s government wants Hungary to leave the European Union. Magyar Nemzet suggests that such declarations were only meant to promote a high turnout at the quota-referendum, due to be held in the autumn.

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        Sunday closing decision exposes inner tensions in government

        Friday, April 15th, 2016

        After several high-profile ministers and government MPs abstained from Tuesday’s vote on the bill to abolish Sunday shop closures, Index and Magyar Nemzet delve in intricate Kremlinology. READ MORE

        Government announces plans to streamline bureaucracy

        Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

        One left-wing and one conservative columnist welcome plans to cut red tape by restructuring and closing down public offices. They fear, however, that the government’s new plan may not quite fulfil the hopes invested in it. READ MORE

        Thousands of undocumented migrants leave Hungary

        Monday, September 7th, 2015

        An agreement with Germany and Austria has allowed Hungary to transfer asylum seekers to the Austrian border. Weeklies and dailies ponder the implications of the crisis and the prospect of its resolution. READ MORE

        Rogán’s appointment opposed by Lázár

        Tuesday, August 25th, 2015

        A left-wing commentator thinks internal feuds within the ruling party have no practical importance, as long as PM Orbán is in office. READ MORE