Fidesz popularity rising – poll

The ruling coalition of Fidesz-Christian Democrats has risen to nearly 48 percent among those positive to vote in the coming election, a representative survey of the Nezopont Institute showed, daily Magyar Idok said on Saturday. Continue reading “Fidesz popularity rising – poll”


Socialists determined to find joint candidates

The Socialist Party is determined to reach agreement with its political partners ahead of next year’s general election, the party’s chairman, Gyula Molnar, told a conference on Saturday. Continue reading “Socialists determined to find joint candidates”

Gyurcsany vows to fight corruption

Ferenc Gyurcsany, the leader of the leftist opposition Democratic Coalition (DK), vowed to make corrupt government members accountable for their actions at an election rally in Salgotarjan, in northern Hungary, on Saturday. Continue reading “Gyurcsany vows to fight corruption”


Navracsics to join the election campaign

Hungary’s European Commissioner Tibor Navracsics is probably going to take part in the Hungarian election campaigns in 2018. Continue reading “Navracsics to join the election campaign”


Gulyas: Stake of the 2018 election will be high

Ruling Fidesz stands prepared for the campaign for next spring’s “crucial” general election, the party’s group leader said in an interview published by daily Magyar Idok on Saturday. Continue reading “Gulyas: Stake of the 2018 election will be high”


Fidesz back on six-year record high

Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party has captured the support of 40 percent of the electorate in the latest survey by Median. Continue reading “Fidesz back on six-year record high”


Gyurcsany doesn’t want Hungarians who always lived abroad to vote

The opposition Democratic Coalition (DK) is launching a signature drive to bar Hungarian citizens who have never lived in the country from voting, Ferenc Gyurcsany, the party’s leader, announced in Budapest on Tuesday. Continue reading “Gyurcsany doesn’t want Hungarians who always lived abroad to vote”