The main characteristic of Orbán’s political machinery is his ability to masterfully combine different fears.
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