I’ve never understood why political parties, governments, and parliaments propose laws whose only effect is to make life worse for its citizens. On May 30, the Hungarian Parliament passed a law which will make the lives of children with learning disabilities more difficult.
The Momentum Movement is bound to succeed. It is deeply embedded in the zeitgeist.
Abused and tortured: MDAC brings light to the inhumane treatment of disabled residents of Göd institution.
Hungarian authorities have raided and temporarily closed down Auróra, a community centre in Budapest. Supporters of the centre, a home to organisations like Budapest Pride, Roma Press centre and further progressive activists, suspect the attack to be politically motivated.
Paying bribes to public servants instead of working on a systematic solution cannot be justified in economic or ethical terms, nor from the point of view of public health – an issue which, in fact, concerns all citizens.
The future of education in Hungary is questionable – and not looking good
The warning Fidesz has received from the European Committee was given through the indirect will of the people of Europe –including Hungarians