âAs regards reporting corruption, there appears to be a general lack of faith in the ability of the state to deal with this problem.(…) This problem is particularly acute in some countries, in particular in Hungary and Bulgaria, where significant majorities are unaware of where to report corruption.â Source: Eurobarometer: Corruption affects one in four […]
The Church of Sacro Cuore di Gesu (The Holy Heart of Jesus) was inaugurated in Tolentino, central Italy, after its restoration financed by Hungary following an earthquake last year. The ceremony was attended by ZoltĂĄn Balog, Hungaryâs minister of human resources, who said the reopening of the church was âa moment of graceâ. He recalled […]
From Debrecen Zoo: The little Giant is a boy and was born to mom, Emma from Wilhelma Zoo Stuttgart and dad, Sylvester from Allwetterzoo MĂŒnster Despite a delivery without difficulty Mother Emma did not provide appropriate maternal behavior, so hand-rearing became necessary.
On Friday, 24.hu published a hard-hitting interview with GyĂ¶rgy SzilvĂĄsy, a former minister in the Ferenc GyurcsĂĄny government (2004-2009) responsible for overseeing the civilian state security services.
The cash-strapped Jobbik party has launched a crowdfunding appeal with the hope of mobilising its base, political analyst ZoltĂĄn Kiszelly told state television. The radical nationalist partyâs leader, GĂĄbor Vona, has announced that Jobbik is launching a community fundraiser and has made an appeal for international public support after Hungaryâs state audit office (ĂSZ) issued […]
The Socialist Partyâs vision for the Hungarian fourth republic will be at the heart of its campaign leading up to the spring 2018 general election, Gyula MolnĂĄr, the opposition partyâs leader, said. The fourth republic is a term used by opposition forces that call for a new republic of Hungary based on the values of […]
The opposition Jobbik party is launching a crowdfunding campaign to pay a potential fine of 660 million forints (EUR 2.1 million) the State Audit Office (ĂSZ) is going to impose on it, party leader GĂĄbor Vona said on Friday. Jobbik is also collecting signatures from international organisations and private individuals to join the partyâs protest against the fine, Vona told a press conference.
The European Commission is employing double standards against Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland with the procedure it plans to initiate before the European Court on the issue of the mandatory migrant quotas, LĂĄszlĂł TrĂłcsĂĄnyi, the minister of justice, said on Saturday after meeting his Polish counterpart Zbigniew Ziobro in Warsaw.