Right-wing politicians have called for boycotts of Coca Cola products following the campaign which included images of gay people smiling together.
Advertisements by Coca-Cola that promote gay acceptance have prompted a boycott call from a senior member of the Hungary’s right-wing ruling party.
Why is Hungary withholding food from migrants in its border zones?
The flouting of European values that led to the Fidesz’s suspension from the European People’s Party in March has not changed.
What has changed is that the outcome of the elections has made Fidesz realize that it needs to stay in the EPP.
Hungarian TV claims socialist MEP Istvan Ujhelyi vowed to break down the anti-migrant fence on the country's southern border, but he denies it.
Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, has said his government could resume its media attacks on European Union institutions.
Watch Wednesday night's full episode of your call in which our panel discuss the state of democracy in the UK and the suspension of Viktor Orban's Fidesz party.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said he voluntarily agreed to pause Fidesz' party participation from the EPP.
The centre-right European People's Party is to decide whether to expel the party led by Hungary's populist prime minister.
For International Women's Day, some Fidesz politicians did not hold back on their provoking thoughts about gender.
Lawmakers go after Hungary, Poland, Romania and the likes
A reader from a Hungarian news website noticed European Union flags on several of the vehicles and claimed they were local government minibuses, originally purchased with using EU rural subsidies
Lawmakers in Hungary have formally rejected the conclusions of an EU-approved report, which claims their government posed a “systematic threat” to the bloc’s values and calls for sanctions.
The Hungarian Prime Minister and Turkish President had an awkward exchange in front of reporters on Tuesday.
It is important to note that the Tories sit in the European Parliament along with PiS, the Polish ruling party, who have taken very hostile actions against the independence of the judiciary in their country. These actions leave you wondering whether the Tories see democracy as a priority.
As Milan Kundera once wrote, one of the functions of Central Europe is to serve as an early warning system for Europe as a whole. This is what Fidesz has got right and that’s why it’s so widely detested. Nobody likes a successful prophet, after all.
Viktor Orbán is leading Hungary away from the rule of law, from our fundamental rights, from the EU solidarity, from the EU project. He uses public funds to wage a massive propaganda campaign against the European Union, against free movement and against the rule of law.
About 100 demonstrators formed a chain front of the parliament building to oppose the rule of Orbán Viktor and his party Fidesz.
With Hungary's Viktor Orban sealing a third consecutive election win, what should Europe take from it?
Most people living in the capital are in deep shock while residents in rural areas are satisfied with the result.
Early morning turnout on Sunday was a record high in post-communist elections
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban eyes third consecutive term.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban's Fidesz party sees itself as a defender of Hungary against Europe and Muslim migrants
Hungarians will vote in the federal election this weekend. Experts say a 72 per cent participation rate could bring about a change in government.
Fake political parties are being set up ahead of elections in Hungary in a bid to cheat the public purse out of up to €9.5 million, it’s been claimed.
With Orban's FIdesz party tipped for another election win, the spotlight's turned on Hungary's future role in Europe