According to Chief of the Prime Minister Office Gergely Gulyás, the developments in Tarcal are clear evidence of the rapid growth of the Tokaj region, and consequently, the whole country. He added that the nearly 620 million forints worth of road reconstruction, supported by the government, will make vineyards accessible by bike and on foot, not only for the winemakers and landowners, but also for those who visit Tokaj-Hegyalja for tourism purposes.
It seems that the majority of MEPs are aware of the legal and political limitations of the options for action outlined in the Meijers Committee’s analysis, but are committed to continuing to exert political pressure on Hungary and Poland in the coming months.
Lira was arrested and detained by Ukrainian authorities for allegedly producing Russian propaganda in late April. According to his claims, he was tortured in prison and was denied legal counsel. He was released on bail in July, and is now apparently attempting to reach Hungary to seek political asylum to avoid being sent to a prison labour camp for years.
Since 2010, the government has been working towards achieving full employment and building a labour-based economy. Compared to 2010, one million more people are now employed in Hungary, and the number of those employed is steadily approaching 4.8 million.
The event series offers spectacular and exciting adventures for both young and old during the August meteor shower period. The programmes include telescope demonstrations, astronomical lectures, and meteor-watching sessions.
‘Gárdonyi was a unique personality, a distinctive Hungarian writer, in both his good qualities and his faults. He cannot be branded or put in a box. He must be seen in the light of what he created, with his insightful criticisms taken to heart, and his failures appropriately assessed.’