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        US to relaunch Radio Free Europe in Hungarian

        Friday, September 27th, 2019

        A pro-government commentator thinks that the decision to relaunch RFE broadcasts in Hungarian reflects disagreements between President Trump and the ’deep state’ and will not change the political realities in Hungary. READ MORE

        Further comments on Strache’s downfall

        Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019

        As Austria braces for snap elections in the wake of the video scandal that destroyed the leader of the junior coalition partner, the Hungarian media continues to analyse the scandal that brought down Austria’s coalition government. READ MORE

        Magyar Idők published as Magyar Nemzet

        Thursday, February 7th, 2019

        Four years after its transformation into a government-critical daily, and nine month after it was closed down, Magyar Nemzet has been relaunched by the editors of Magyar Idők. It is practically Magyar Idők with just the title being changed. The new Magyar Nemzet claims that it will stand for national sovereignty. A left-wing critic believes it will function as a government mouthpiece. READ MORE

        Producer Andy Vajna dead

        Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019

        The leading pro-government daily bids farewell to Andy Vajna, praising his contribution to Hungarian film making. A liberal commentator suspects a fight over his media holding and casino concessions will follow. READ MORE

        Opposition MPs stage sit-in at public TV

        Wednesday, December 19th, 2018

        After the fifth day of demonstrations against the government, commentators ponder whether the recent series of protests might lead to the birth of a new united opposition, or whether attempts by hitherto unpopular opposition parties to lead the new movement will fail to produce new supporters. READ MORE

        Independent conservative weekly relaunched

        Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

        Editors of the former Heti Válasz weekly which was shut down last summer launched Válasz Online on Monday. Former Hungarian President László Sólyom welcomes the relaunching of the moderate conservative online news outlet. READ MORE

        Massive media conglomerate created on the Right

        Saturday, December 1st, 2018

        Liberal commentators think that the centralization of pro-government media outlets will further strengthen the government’s dominance over public opinion. READ MORE

        Dispute over US Ambassador’s comments

        Saturday, September 8th, 2018

        A Hungarian-American liberal commentator lambasts the new US Ambassador to Budapest for ignoring what he sees as the decline of democratic norms in Hungary. His pro-government counterpart welcomes Mr Cornstein’s words. READ MORE

        Mainstream media accused of bias

        Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

        A conservative commentator suggests that mainstream parties play into the hands of extremist parties by ignoring people’s fears of immigration, and by dismissing critics of immigration as neo-Nazis. READ MORE

        The dream to relaunch of Radio Free Europe – a critical view

        Saturday, August 18th, 2018

        A left-wing sociologist criticises those liberal intellectuals who are urging the United States to relaunch broadcasts by Radio Free Europe in Hungarian. He calls their idea an expression of political parochialism. READ MORE