“Orbanism is an illness in Europe”

Hungary’s April 8 general election will bear significance beyond the country, opposition Socialist-Parbeszed prime ministerial candidate Gergely Karacsony and Social Democratic Party of Austria (SPO) head Christian Kern said at a joint press conference after talks in Vienna. Continue reading ““Orbanism is an illness in Europe””


Lazar doesn’t regret his Vienna video

“Politicians should maintain a decent dialogue with journalista, they are partners, not enemies”, the Minister Heading the Prime Minister’s Office, Janos Lazar said in an interview to local South-Hungarian Promenad.hu. Continue reading “Lazar doesn’t regret his Vienna video”

CEU to open campus in Vienna

The Central European University (CEU) – founded by George Soros -, and the City of Vienna announced on Monday that they are in negotiations about a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to enable CEU to open a satellite campus in Vienna. Continue reading “CEU to open campus in Vienna”


Migration changes our societies – FPÖ MEP

The Austrian Freedom Party’s (FPÖ) MEP, Georg Mayer supports the migration policy of the Visegrad countries and opposes the migration quota. Continue reading “Migration changes our societies – FPÖ MEP”


Kickl pays first foreign visit to Hungary

The interior ministers of Austria and Hungary voiced agreement on fundamental issues concerning migration and security at a press conference after talks in Budapest on Friday. Continue reading “Kickl pays first foreign visit to Hungary”


“Migration doesn’t benefit anyone”

Government office chief Janos Lazar on Thursday said that a video he posted on Facebook earlier this week showing him on a street in Vienna talking about the city’s migration situation was meant to highlight the consequences of migration. Continue reading ““Migration doesn’t benefit anyone””


Outrage over Lazar’s Vienna visit

The Minister Heading the Prime Minister’s Office paid a visit to Vienna’s Favoriten district as seen in a Facebook video which caused outrage in Hungarian and international, mainly in German-speaking press. Continue reading “Outrage over Lazar’s Vienna visit”