The European Parliament denied the decree that would have deemed both nuclear energy and crude-oil as unsustainable sources.
Márton Gyöngyösi, the new president of the party proposed to draw up a list of Jewish people in the country, since he thought they are a risk to national security.
The recently accepted laws raise the parking prices of Budapest to a new high, many car owners are in panic.
While in Norway strikes have broken out due to the workers in the energy-industry being underpaid, Hungarian gas reserves and production are standing strong.
With the expansion of the nuclear plant at Paks, the gas consumption of Hungary could be reduced to half.
The rashly introduced sanctions due to the raging war might push the European Union into a food crisis.
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