Despite the increasingly anti-democratic character of the conservative political camps, the core political division in Poland and Hungary remains stable.
Elaborate plans for a Museum District in the Városliget park threaten public space as part of the government’s efforts to move its offices to the symbolic location of Buda Castle.
The Hungarian regime is oppressive not only because of its infringement of democratic institutions, but also because it keeps large sections of society in extreme poverty.
Last Saturday, a crowd of more than 20,000 people gathered in front of the Parliament to articulate their demands for a comprehensive reform of the educational system.
How similar are the Orbán and Kaczyński regimes?