Heated debate in European parliament on Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, is going to take part in a European Parliament debate about the "Sargentini" report, ahead of crucial vote on Wednesday.
SZANYI: “I can only hope that finally the EPP leaders will prove to have sufficient political will, and leverage on Orbán to respect European values.”
MOLNÁR: “I believe that the EPP should have launched the exclusion of Fidesz from its community a long time ago.”
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.
The recent meeting between Viktor Orbán and Matteo Salvini created widespread speculations that the two politicians will run a joint political platform and totally change the political landscape in Europe. Is it really going to happen? It is highly unlikely, and here are the reasons why.
Hungary’s government will stop financing gender studies university courses.
France's President Emmanuel Macron accepts that he is the main rival to nationalist, anti-immigration governments in Europe
In an annual speech to ethnic Hungarians in Romania, he attacked the European Commission over its failure to protext the fundamental values behind the creation of the European Union
"We want to come up with an approach that is completely innovative, that has not been seen in politics"
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban ended his two-day trip to Israel with a visit to the Western Wall in Jerusalem
Budapest is referred to EU Court of Justice and 'Stop Soros' law is criticised
The two leaders addressed the press after talks on Orban's first visit to Berlin in three years.
A Hungarian fashion designer invited Prime Minister Viktor Orban to send him one of his suits so he can adjust it for free after seeing a recent picture of the leader in ill-fitting trousers.
European leaders in favour of a restrictive migration policy gather in Budapest on Thursday for a meeting of minds, a day after Hungary passed legislation criminalising help to asylum seekers.
Government will not wait for Council of Europe decision on legality of measure.
The leaders of Hungary and Slovakia have backed Italy’s decision to refuse entry to more than 600 people rescued in the Mediterranean at the weekend.
Hungary's government has drafted new laws which could criminalise NGOs who help migrants seeking asylum.
Some media outlets were refused entry to hear Steve Bannon address his invited audience
As he kicked off his fourth term as prime minister, Viktor Orban spoke about the end of liberal democracy in Hungary, refusing EU's "nightmares" of United States of Europe, and his foreign policies plans during his acceptance speech at parliament.
The bloc is seeking to reform the current system to avoid another big refugee crisis this summer
Why did the controversial Hungarian PM meet with the European People's Party?
Foreign Minister slams inquiry into rule of law, as parliament committee discusses findings in Brussels
Tens of thousands rallied for the second successive Saturday in Budapest, this time against against media controls and the proposed clampdown on civic groups by Viktor Orban’s government.
Demonstrators denounced the electoral system under which Prime Minister Viktor Orban's right-wing government was returned to power with a landslide last weekend
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