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        György Konrád dies at 86

        Monday, September 16th, 2019

        The pro-government Mayor of Budapest praises the deceased liberal writer, while left-liberal authors describe him as a free thinker who never compromised with oppressive regimes. READ MORE

        Medgyessy wouldn’t reject an alliance with Jobbik

        Thursday, November 9th, 2017

        The former Socialist Prime Minister takes it for granted that Fidesz will win a third consecutive turn in government next year. The only way that could be prevented would be with an improbable alliance between Jobbik and the Left.
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        Socialist and liberal politicians accused of corruption

        Saturday, February 11th, 2017

        The EU anti-fraud agency has published its report on the M4 Budapest metro. The report names Socialist-Liberal politicians and multinational companies as potential participants in Hungary’s largest corruption case. READ MORE

        Metro bribe for former Socialist PM?

        Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

        Magyar Idők accuses former Socialist Prime Minister Péter Medgyessy’s consultancy company of receiving 600 thousand Euros from Alstom. The French company sold a fleet of underground railway carriages to Budapest under the previous, left-liberal administration. READ MORE

        Austerity stifles growth

        Friday, March 9th, 2012

        Writing in a right-wing daily, the economist László Gazdag criticizes the austerity measures of past Socialist governments and thereby expresses implicit criticism of the strict fiscal policies pursued by the present government. READ MORE

        Who is to blame for the public debt?

        Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

        Prime Ministers of the past thirteen years each blame the increase in the debt on one another. But why is it important in the first place to investigate who is responsible, if all of them acknowledge that the high debt level is a serious problem? A conservative blogger wonders. READ MORE

        FIDESZ: one year in government

        Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

        On the first anniversary of the establishment of the Orbán government, pundits and politicians weigh in to assess the centre-right government’s performance so far, and to outline the possible government strategies of the coming years. READ MORE