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Brussels police shuts down Orbán's European right-wing conference shortly after it began

One of the organisers from MCC's Brussels office said "it was like something out of a tinpot dictatorship", while local police cited "the possibility of public disorder" due to a planned...

NATCON finds venue for Brussels conference after all

Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán and several far-right European politicians are listed as keynote speakers for the event, which many in Brussels were not happy about.

Orbán's European right-wing conference in Brussels loses second venue

Other than the Hungarian PM, the announced keynote speakers include former British MEP Nigel Farage and several European far-right politicians. It was the mayor of Etterbeek who notified the hotel...

Arte: Climate justice ruling – a milestone for Europe

Last month, Europe saw the hottest March on record.

EU Commissioner: many in the Hungarian government do not take the rule of law very seriously

The European Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights would have the audio recording of former Hungarian Justice Minister Judit Varga carefully investigated. Nicolas Schmit is the European...

Secret documents reveal that Orbán’s people were behind the purchase of one of Europe’s biggest TV...

Two years ago, a Portuguese businessman with good Hungarian government connections bought the Euronews TV channel. Direkt36, together with Le Monde and Expresso, found that a large part of the money...

Péter Magyar's party eligible to run in June elections, Tisza Party officially registered

They can start collecting recommendations on 20 April, with at least 20,000 signatures needed to get Magyar's new party on the ballot for the EP elections.

Hungarian government to postpone €1.73 billion worth of investments due to poor state of budget

The "stunningly bad" EU Migration Pact, Brussels having betrayed Hungarian farmers, and the expected growth of the Hungarian economy were also among the subjects mentioned at the Hungarian...

Péter Magyar announces his party

The newcomer of Hungarian politics joined an already existing, but completely unknown party and is planning to field candidates in the upcoming June EP elections.

Why has Orbán even stayed away from public media in recent weeks?

The Hungarian government's communication machinery has struggled to find a working narrative since the clemency scandal and the subsequent appearance of Péter Magyar. So much so, that the PM has...

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