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        Over 70 parties registered in view of the April elections

        Saturday, February 17th, 2018

        A left-wing columnist castigates those leftist personalities who have suddenly decided to run on behalf of new political organisations, competing with the already divided opposition parties. READ MORE

        Can Momentum keep up the momentum?

        Monday, February 20th, 2017

        Most commentators believe that the governing forces will withdraw Budapest’s Olympic bid, after a new political movement collected almost twice as many signatures as necessary to back a referendum on the subject. They also ponder whether Momentum, after this spectacular success, will become a significant opposition force. READ MORE

        Liberal analyst on big party system disruption

        Saturday, August 13th, 2016

        A liberal pundit thinks that the ‘Left vs Right’ split that has been dominant in Western democracies is will soon be replaced by a ‘globalist vs nationalist’ cleavage. READ MORE

        Controversies over party funding, and over Horthy and Kádár, the two main figures of 20th century Hungarian history

        Monday, May 21st, 2012

        A centrist analyst fiercely opposes the Prime Minister’s idea of suspending public funding for political parties. A left wing commentator believes Fidesz has even broader control over public assets than the ruling party had under Communism. A sociologist shows that Hungary’s Communist ruler is more popular today than he even was during his last years in office. And a grass-roots Horthy-revival sparks furious emotions. READ MORE