According to the Hungarian government, the battle has only just begun; the EU Court of Justice has ruled against Hungary in the question of the refugee quota system
The Hungarian government wants tighter control of the judiciary, too
A Fidesz proposal to amend the procedure of nominating judges would privilege legal bureaucrats and deter trained judges.
If the government can’t help, it should at least try not to harm children in need
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.
Hungarian authorities close an important community centre. All signs point to political motives
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.
The Hungarian Government Gets a Reality Check From Brussels
The warning Fidesz has received from the European Committee was given through the indirect will of the people of Europe –including Hungarians
A Hungarian Grassroots Organization, The Momentum Movement, Triumphs in Victory
The opposition in Hungary has managed to claim a victory over the current and corrupt ruling party by gathering public and media support.
Hungary’s Last Chance to Say No to the Olympics
I do not want Hungary to host the Olympics, neither in 2024 nor in 2028, despite my love for sports.