Translation of “For years we have been begging for a GP, but no one has come” appearing in the February 4th edition of liberal print weekly Magyar Narancs. We have investigated at close range one of the serious problems affecting the Hungarian health-care system. Why are there no general practitioners in the villages? And why […]
“During the latest cold spell we slept in four pairs of trousers, four pullovers, and two pairs of socks under a blanket . . . I always have a change of underwear and a towel on me, and when an acquaintance allows, I seize the opportunity (to bathe)” – Andrea “It’s a shame that we […]
“We have little choice but to employ radical means in pursuit of our values.” – Péter Juhász, chairman, Együtt (Together) Translation of Péter Hamvay’s interview with Péter Juhász published in print weekly hvg on February 2nd, 2017 (pp. 21-22) under the title “Heightened street presence” (Fokozott utcai jelenlét). Péter Juhász, who was elected chairman of […]
Momentum Movement Vice President Tamás Soprano says fake news and foreign propaganda pose a serious threat to Hungary.
“The believers in illiberal democracy do not like it when others represent and support those for whom the government has no inclination to devote time or money, or if they repeatedly hold a mirror to them and in the mirror they see only a debauched, corrupt crowd of looters. They would rather smash the mirror.” […]
Translation of “László Botka: For a just Hungary” appearing in 168óra.hu on January 21st, 2017. The Hungarian left has not been in such a storm-battered state during the entire existence of the third republic, yet Hungary has never needed the left as much as it does now. Viktor Orbán, in power since 2010, has thrust […]