The Vox party in Spain proposed a regulation similar to the one introduced in Hungary last year which would allow women to listen to the heartbeat of their foetuses before an abortion.
After a local-level decision ordered the removal of Hungarian national flags from school buildings in Transcarpathian settlements, MFA State Secretary Tamás Menczer demanded that the measure be revoked.
According to press reports, Poland officially objected to Hungary’s request on Wednesday to remove nine names from the list of Russian individuals to be sanctioned.
MOL may decide to take the Slovak government to court over the windfall tax to be imposed on
on energy companies in the country.
Miklós Duray was an activist fighting for the rights of ethnic Hungarians in Czechoslovakia, then Slovakia, from an early age. As a university student, he co-funded the Committee for the Defence of Rights of Hungarians in Czechoslovakia.
At the worship that opened the prayer week, Cardinal Péter Erdő, Archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest, and Tamás Fabiny, President-Bishop of the Evangelical Church of Hungary, delivered sermons at the Kálvin Square Reformed Church in Budapest last Sunday.
97 percent of Hungarians oppose sanctions that they believe would seriously harm the country, according to the results of the national consultation launched by the government last year.
The Hungarian foreign minister condemned the burning of an effigy of Turkish President Erdogan in Stockholm as ‘shameful and disgusting’.
Regarding the sanctions, the Prime Minister declared that it is high time there was a courageous person in Brussels who will admit that the sanctions policy has been botched and was miscalculated. ‘We have messed up badly,’ Viktor Orbán remarked.
Recently published statistics about 2022 workforce data show that the Hungarian unemployment rate has plunged to under four per cent.
Energy Minister Csaba Lantos highlighted in a recent interview that the government would continue to subsidize gas prices for Hungarian households up to the level of average consumption.
The income tax exemption for those under 25 has been extended to include young mothers aged 25-30. The new regulation has been in force since 1 January.
The goal is to curb inflation and avoid recession, Viktor Orbán stressed last year. On Tuesday, 3 January, Finance Minister Varga announced that Hungarian public debt has decreased more significantly than expected, dropping to 73.5 per cent of GDP in 2022, and confirmed that in line with the projection, last year’s budget deficit target was met, at 4.9 per cent of GDP.
In her address, President Katalin Novák highlighted the difficulties the nation had to confront in 2022 and the resilience Hungarians showed in the face of challenges, and underscored the importance of solidarity and national unity.
Despite the hardships caused by the sanctions and the war, Hungary managed to remain successful in 2022, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared at this end-of-year press brief.
The solution to the energy supply crisis that Europe is facing should not be the imposition of a gas or oil price cap, since that only further reduces the availability of fossil fuels. Instead, what is needed is the exploration of new energy sources and their transmission to Europe.
During the laudation it was highlighted that Viktor Orbán oversees elections that return results in one day and which have been more closely monitored by international observers than any other in the European Union.
Péter Szijjártó noted that in a number of matters, Hungarians and Slovaks depend on each other, adding: ‘The war has highlighted our differences, but I believe it has also strengthened our interdependence just as much.’
At a debate hosted by Hungarian Conservative, political scientist András Körösényi, conservative historian of political thought Attila Károly Molnár and political philosopher Ferenc Hörcher explored the relationship between conservative principles and political reality.
To meet the demand for electric vehicles, the Volkswagen Group intends to establish a total of six new battery plants around Europe by 2030. However, the project may become unfeasible if energy prices continue to rise.
The Budapest Basilica Advent Feast, with more votes than ever before, has been named the best Christmas fair in all of Europe by the European Best Destination website.
After months of negotiations, EU ambassadors on Monday reached an agreement on the funding package that may allow Hungary to have access to part of its frozen EU funds. However, Poland’s unexpected veto on Wednesday may upset the plans.
It is becoming increasingly clear that the freedom of movement of European citizens, which is so essential to the European project, is now in danger in the face of the worsening migration crisis.
According to Fidesz MEP Tamás Deutsch, when it comes to sanctions, illegal immigration, and changes to the child protection law, Brussels bureaucrats are determined to impose their will on Hungarians by any means necessary.
News broke on Saint Nicholas Day that tickets for the race day of the Formula One Grand Prix Hungary have already sold out for next year.
Harald Vilimsky cautioned that the European Union is determined to impose yet another sizable common debt on people through the establishment of a sovereignty fund.
Day 2 of the Summit focused on the threats posed by powerful Eastern and Western ideologies, from Russian messianism and China’s unbridled ambitions to wokeism and Jihad.
This past weekend, two speakers from Hungary spoke at CPAC Japan. The political director of the prime minister and the head of the Center for Fundamental Rights both discussed the successes and objectives of conservative politics in Hungary.
Many Hungarian news sites claimed on Tuesday that Hungarian Finance Minister Mihály Varga vetoed the proposed EU aid to Ukraine. As it turns out, the assistance package was not even voted on at the ECOFIN meeting.
MOL Chairman Hernádi added that he expects the lifting of the price cap to have an almost instant effect, with consumers seeing stability of supply return in a month.
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