Jobbik leader Gabor Vona on Tuesday accused the government of misleading the public over migration. According to Vona, the “deception of the century” has been unveiled, because while spending 22 billion forints on national consultations about migration and a referendum in three years, the resettlements have been happening constantly. Continue reading “Orban’s anti-migrant myth seems to fall”
The government is discussing a proposal tomorrow, which could even make it possible to bad George Soros from Hungary, Hungarian news site Origo reported, citing sources. Continue reading “Soros to be banned from Hungary?”
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto, starting an official visit to Washington, DC, has heralded a new phase in Hungary-US ties. Continue reading “Szijjarto in Washington: New phase for US-Hungary ties”
The head of the parliament’s national security committee wants Prime Minister Viktor Orban to speak about the “secret resettlement” of migrants. The Government Communication Center rejected the accusations. Continue reading “National security committee to discuss the “secret migrants””
Hungary will remain a consistent and predictable player on the international stage regardless of the outcome of the general election this spring, President Janos Ader said at a New Year’s reception to members of the diplomatic corps in Budapest on Monday. Continue reading “President Ader promises predictable diplomacy”
Bernadett Szel, co-leader of green opposition LMP and a member of parliament’s national security committee, should stay away from a planned meeting of the committee focusing on the “Soros Plan”, the Fidesz deputy head of the committee said on Monday, arguing that Szel and LMP served the interests of US financier George Soros. This can be against the rule of law, because as a member of the committee, Szel cannot be banned from its meetings. The LMP lawmaker wrote on her Facebook page that she can’t be banned from the committee, but if she is, they’ll use every possible legal opportunity.
Continue reading “Fidesz to ban the nat sec committee’s green party member from its meetings”
“We are saying what the Western European public thinks”, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto said in Echo TV‘s Bayer show on Sunday evening, explaining why Western European political elites are “bothered” by the “politically incorrect” speech of Hungarian politicians. Continue reading “Central Europe sticks to its Christian identity – Szijjarto”