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        Organizations funded from abroad accused of serving foreign interests

        Saturday, November 30th, 2019

        A prominent pro-government security expert thinks that both the Islamic State terror group and Hungarian-born financier George Soros use humanitarian organizations for their political aims. He calls on the secret services to remain vigilant and defend free elections. READ MORE

        Sweden joins EC in court case against Hungary

        Tuesday, August 14th, 2018

        A pro-government columnist finds it strange for an EU member country to intervene against another in an infringement suit and thinks that the  action of the Swedish government was prompted by internal political considerations. READ MORE

        ’Stop Soros’ bill passed by Parliament

        Friday, June 22nd, 2018

        A leftist analyst writes that the government side borrowed the ‘Stop Soros’ campaign from their Macedonian allies, while pro-government commentators believe that it expresses the will of the Hungarian people. READ MORE

        Constitutional Court postpones discussion of ‘lex CEU’ and ‘NGO’ bills

        Thursday, June 7th, 2018

        A liberal and a pro-government pundit lambast the Constitutional Court for not discussing the constitutionality of the so-called ‘lex CEU’ and the anti-NGO legislation. READ MORE

        ‘Stop Soros’ bill tabled in Parliament

        Friday, February 16th, 2018

        Opinions sharply diverge on the government bill which would force NGOs which ‘actively promote mass immigration’ to seek authorisation from the Minister of the Interior. A liberal reporter believes the bill may not pass, as the government does not command the two thirds majority needed for the part of the bill which refers to national security . READ MORE

        The ’Stop Soros’ project

        Saturday, January 20th, 2018

        Commentators are sharply divided on the package of bills to be introduced against organisations found guilty of ‘helping illegal immigration.’ READ MORE

        A right-wing take on Hungarian-Israeli ties

        Saturday, December 23rd, 2017

        On the day after Hungary abstained from the UN General Assembly vote on the resolution condemning the recognition by the US of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, a pro-government author points out that both governments jealously protect their national interests.  READ MORE

        Dutch-Hungarian diplomatic dispute

        Monday, August 28th, 2017

        Pro-government commentators welcome the government’s firm reaction to criticism from the Dutch ambassador to Budapest. Left-wing and liberal pundits, on the other hand, accuse the government of paranoia and overreaction. READ MORE

        EU launches infringement procedure over NGO law

        Saturday, July 15th, 2017

        As the European Commission starts a new infringement procedure against Hungary over the law on foreign-funded NGOS, a right-wing columnist accuses NGOs of having ‘anarchist leanings’. A liberal blogger thinks that the procedure jeopardizes the membership of Fidesz in the European People’s Party. READ MORE

        PM Orbán summarizes the latest ‘National Consultation’

        Thursday, June 29th, 2017

        The Prime Minister evaluates the 1.7 million answers to the government’s questionnaire as an expression of overwhelming support for his policy of rejecting mass immigration and further supranational European integration, while a left-wing commentator thinks that the questions put to the population were senseless. READ MORE