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        Rogán accused by Portik

        Monday, June 20th, 2016

        Claims by Tamás Portik, a prominent figure from the Hungarian underworld, that he gave a leading Fidesz politician the equivalent of 10 million forints in Euros receive a different reception in left and right wing media. Pro-government news outlets find contradictions in his testimony, while the leading left-wing daily is undecided. READ MORE

        Péter Juhász, TV2 and Fidesz locked in war over wealth

        Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

        Népszabadság accuses the government’s communication team of targeting people critical of those in power, while Pesti Srácok warns that opposition politicians are also public figures who must face public scrutiny. READ MORE

        Rogán’s appointment opposed by Lázár

        Tuesday, August 25th, 2015

        A left-wing commentator thinks internal feuds within the ruling party have no practical importance, as long as PM Orbán is in office. READ MORE

        Foreign currency (FX) loans to be eliminated

        Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014

        As the government promises to convert FX loans into Forint credit by the end of the year, analysts wonder how the conversion could and should be carried out. READ MORE

        New Orbán cabinet sworn in

        Monday, June 9th, 2014

        Commentators try to make sense of the two surprising elements of the news about the third government headed by Viktor Orbán – the planned transfer of several ministries in separate towns and the alleged feud between key Fidesz officials. READ MORE

        Left-wing daily endorses new government plan on forex mortgages

        Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

        An editorial in the most read left wing daily describes the new measures to ease the burden of forex debtors as fair and balanced. READ MORE

        Utility tariff cuts as campaign tools

        Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

        Commenting on the government’s plan to transform the energy and utility providers into non-profit services, a left-wing and a centrist columnist accuse the government of welfare populism. A right-wing pundit, on the other hand, believes that the Socialists want to increase their popularity by creating a fully welfare dependent constituency. READ MORE

        Retirement accounts – the price of a hasty promise

        Tuesday, April 9th, 2013

        A left-wing paper and an independent liberal commentator both excoriate the government for going back on its promise to create individual retirement accounts for those citizens who transferred their compulsory retirement savings to the national social security system. READ MORE

        Magyar Hírlap’s ‘scoop’ parodied in Népszava

        Friday, April 5th, 2013

        In a blatant parody of a Magyar Hírlap story alleging that Socialist leader Mesterházy is facing a serious challenge from an older generation of party officials, Népszava writes that dissatisfied Fidesz members might send an ultimatum to PM Viktor Orbán, demanding a correction of his political course. READ MORE

        One day of unity against anti-Semitism

        Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

        Columnists commenting on Sunday’s anti-Nazi demonstration wonder if the presence of both left and right-wing politicians is a harbinger of a new consensus to reject anti-Semitism. Both pro-government and left-wing pundits are skeptical about the possibility and the desirability of finding such common ground. READ MORE