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'A victory so big you can see it from the moon... and Brussels'
“We won a victory so big that you can see it from the moon, and you can certainly see it from Brussels,” said Orban, who has often been condemned by the European Union for overseeing democratic backsliding and alleged corruption.
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Nationalist PM Viktor Orbán has won another two-thirds majority in Hungary's parliament for his Fidesz party, as the unified opposition failed to unseat him.
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Three of the four people Euronews spoke to said they might leave Hungary if LGBTQ rights do not improve.
Take Hungarian election result with a pinch of salt, expert warns
Euronews spoke to a political scientist about Hungary's upcoming parliamentary elections and what they might mean for Europe.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine casts shadow over Hungary election
A look at how Russia's invasion of Ukraine changed the campaign focus in Hungary's parliamentary elections.
Hungarian opposition is struggling to dethrone Orbán
Fidesz has dominated Hungarian politics for 12 years, benefiting from the fragmentation of the opposition. But now a coalition has united in an attempt to break its stronghold.
Claims of media bias overshadow Hungarian election campaign
The conditions in which parliamentary elections are being held have attracted increasing international attention. Hungary is the first EU member state to receive a full-scale OSCE observer mission.
Hungary election: Watch our special election debate ahead of the vote
Euronews hosted a special show in Brussels' European Parliament to discuss why the poll matters to everyone in Europe.
The era of Victor Orban
Hungarian Pm Victor Orban is to seek a fourth term in office on Sunday 3rd April. We look back on his 12 continuous years in power so far
Katalin Novak becomes Hungary's first female president
Novak is a loyal ally of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
OSCE recommends deployment of election observation mission to Hungary
If such a mission is sent, it would be the first for an EU member state since 2013.
Hungary rigged election claim is as cynical as it is absurd | View
An opinion piece published earlier this week claimed the possibility of an upset in Hungary is so great that Europe should “prepare for a possible rigged election”.
Don't be fooled: Hungarian court ruling didn't allow pushbacks | View
The Hungarian government claims last week's Constitutional Court ruling on EU migration rules as a victory for self-determination. The reality is more complex, writes lawyer Zsolt Szekeres.
Hungary: Opposition chooses Márki-Zay to run against Orbán next spring
The independent mayor won Sunday's opposition primary race, heading a six-party opposition coalition to lead a challenge to Hungary's right-wing populist leader.
Hungary's opposition vote to select who will run against Viktor Orbán
The political catchphrase amongst the opposition parties in the run-up to the spring election is "anyone but Orbán".
Budapest's mayor quits bid to challenge PM Orban in 2022 election
Budapest's mayor quits race to be opposition's candidate against Hungary PM Orban in 2022 election
EU begins legal action against Hungary over anti-LGBT law
The European Commission is contesting a controversial amendment that prohibits the depiction of homosexuality and gender reassignment to children.
Munich Mayor seeks rainbow-coloured stadium for Hungary match
The city council wants to light up the Allianz Arena in rainbow colours to protest anti-LGBT legislation passed in Hungary last week.
Crowds in Budapest rally against Chinese university campus plan
The Fudan University campus is being built with a €1.3 billion loan from China despite local opposition.
Hungarian mayors battle government over finances
Opposition mayors in Eastern Europe are raising their voices against corruption and populism. We take a look at Hungary where they're accusing the central government of deliberate financial cuts to opposition-led municipalities.
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Nikos Dendias and Péter Szijjártó break down the EU's pending issues
EU Foreign Ministers met to discuss some of the bloc's most pressing issues on Monday. We talk to the Hungarian and Greek foreign ministers about potential sanctions on Russia, vaccines, Turkish relations and much more.
Hungary's foreign minister tests positive for coronavirus in Thailand
Only Peter Szijjarto tested positive and will be flown home alone. The rest of the Hungarian delegation will be flown back in a separate aircraft.
Zoltán Kovács: Look who’s talking about the “spread of disinformation” ǀ View
International spokesman for the office of Hungarian prime minister, Zoltán Kovács responds to a Euronews opinion piece penned by contributors Sohini Chatterjee and Péter Krekó.
Hungary’s new anti-transgender law is threatening to set hard-won LGBT rights back decades ǀ View
Despite there being laws in Hungary that protect LGBT people from discrimination, the recent bill to end legal recognition of transgender people passed by parliament would undermine such laws and leave transgender people open to prejudice.
Orban uses coronavirus as excuse to suspend asylum rights in Hungary
There have been no coronavirus cases in Hungary yet and all tests have come back negative.
Land grab: Hungary's political elite accused of milking the system
Hungary is in the headlines again with allegations of large-scale land-grabbing by the ruling elite. Unreported Europe investigates whether leading politicians are handing out precious farmland to friends and family.