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        Protests against Overtime Act continue

        Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

        Both a left-wing and a pro-government commentator think that the conflict between the government and the opposition demonstrators is likely to escalate. READ MORE

        Weeklies on the anti-government demonstrations

        Monday, December 24th, 2018

        While the two bills that sparked passionate anti-government demonstrations were signed into law by President Áder who then became the target of this year’s last protest rally, nationwide weeklies try to put the December protest into perspective. READ MORE

        Overtime Bill protests: turning point for the Left, or pointless hysteria?

        Monday, December 17th, 2018

        Pro-government commentators suggest that the anti-government protesters have no meaningful political objectives. Left-wing and liberal pundits, on the other hand, hope that the demonstrations can help create a broad anti-government coalition. READ MORE

        Overtime Bill protest still in the news

        Saturday, December 15th, 2018

        The second day of occasionally violent street protests in Budapest have prompted extremely harsh comments to politically committed columnists. A pro-government commentator likens anti-government protesters to pests. A left-wing columnist speculates whether the government will introduce dictatorial rule to stop demonstrators. READ MORE

        Dispute over overtime

        Monday, December 3rd, 2018

        Commenting on a bill to extend overtime limits, a left-wing columnist accuses the government of selling Hungarian workers out to multinational business interests. READ MORE