Andrea Horváth Kávai (translation)
Andrea Horváth Kávai (translation)


Can the newly established Integrity Authority be a real weapon against corruption?

The work at Hungary’s newly established Integrity Authority has already begun. It remains to be seen how committed the new body will be to uncovering corruption. The opposition parties are calling...

Hungarian developer receives $70,000 reward from Google

Dávid Schütz discovered a serious issue in the authentication process of Android devices.

Cannonball from Ottoman times found in Kőszeg while gardening

The almost five-hundred-year-old projectile doesn't contain pyrotechnic material.

Navracsics didn't refute that the EC is expected to suspend 7.5 billion euros of funding from...

On the other hand, the minister is glad that Hungary will be able to sign the agreements about the cohesion fund and the recovery fund with the EC by the end of the year.

Our report from Kherson: „The Russians did everything they could to teach us to be afraid"

Telex has reported from war-torn Ukraine from the beginning of the Russian aggression, working to bring first-hand information to Hungarian readers. This is our report from recently liberated Kherson.

EP resolution declares Russia a terrorist state, Fidesz MEPs in room but didn't vote

MEPs from Hungary's ruling party chose to remain quiet on the matter.

Did Orbán vote for the sanctions? According to Fidesz MPs, it's not that simple

The Hungarian administration has been fiercely critical of the EU sanctions imposed on Russia, even though PM Orbán also voted for them. Fidesz MPs explain that the PM voted for them, but not in...

Romanian Foreign Ministry: Orbán's scarf with Greater Hungary map unacceptable

According to the Romanians, the Hungarian prime minister wearing the scarf contradicts the two countries' commitment to build bilateral relations.

Proposed Labour Code changes to curtail Hungarian workers' rights again

"Cynical, anti-family, reminiscent of rigid cattle farming" – these are the adjectives trade union leaders have used to describe the proposed amendment to the Hungarian Labour Code.

Two judges temporarily assigned to work in the Cabinet Office of the PM led by Antal Rogán

The National Office for the Judiciary says this is a lawful arrangement and does not violate the principle of separation of powers, but Amnesty International says the practice does provide cause for...

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