Momentum Movement Vice President Tamás Soprano says fake news and foreign propaganda pose a serious threat to Hungary.
“Viktor Orbán is not a homeroom teacher in this sense. Viktor Orbàn has created a clique within the class that terrorizes the entire class, and Viktor Orbán is the gang leader of this clique. He is not a good leader. He does not serve the country’s interests. This can be seen in the kind of politics […]
Transparency International Hungary legal director Miklós Ligeti’s statement before the Parliamentary Economics Committee: “Honorable Chairman and members of this committee, Thank you very much for allowing me the opportunity to address this committee. As I’m sure you are all aware, the Transparency International Hungary Foundation struggles to make public information available to as wide a […]
At a joint press conference held with UK prime minister David Cameron in Budapest this afternoon, Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán had the following to say with regard to the former’s proposal that foreigners be required to live in the UK for a minimum of four years before qualifying for any social benefits. “David recommends four […]
Below is the Hungary government’s official English language summary of the press conference held by Minister Overseeing the Office of the Prime Minister János Lázár on Thursday, November 12th, 2015–the thirtieth such press marathon press conference he has held this year. We are ready to protect Hungarian-Romanian border If necessary, the Government is ready and […]
August 20th is our celebration. It is about us and we Hungarians and our homeland. About the Hungarian nature (“magyarság”) and the homeland that many have attacked over the past one thousand years. Many have tried in many different ways to destroy Hungary. Turks, Tatars, various dictatorial powers, and domestic political powers that hold international interests more important than those of their homeland. Over the centuries Hungary was forcibly tugged. But over and over again Hungary was always capable of showing solidarity in the face of adversity, and to protect the Hungarian nation.
I did not think that there will be more than five thousand people in attendance, this is why the sound is like that, and I would like to apologize. I promise, that next time, we will prepare for a much larger protest!
Honorable Minister, I hope you’ve had time since Christmas to look into what the situation is with MET because recently, as the minister responsible for that area, you acted as if you’ve never in your life heard of MET, which happens to own the biggest gas-fired electricity plant. So, if you’ve really never heard of them, aside from being incredibly embarrassing to the government, it would also been unfortunate, because the government to this day has not spoken openly on the issues surrounding MET. It’s quite obvious that the rise of MET is directly related to the decline and deterioration of MVM.
We need a kind of Europe where one doesn’t hear on a daily basis “this is not a subject for the telephone.” We need a Europe where the idea of nationalizing private pension funds does not even come up. Or depriving someone of private property. We need a Europe where it does not even occur to citizens that they need to fear the state. Because we are not afraid!
Everyday immigrants risk their lives to come here to search refuge, to search for a new and better life. When I arrived to Hungary – and in contrast to many others, I chose to come here voluntarily – I felt welcomed. I quickly found friends, allies, people who supported me in learning Hungarian, in settling in, in feeling at home in this country.