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Ádám Bráder

Ádám Bráder graduated from the Faculty of Humanities of Eötvös Loránd University in 2021 as an English major specializing in English in the Media and Applied Linguistics. From 2017, he worked as an assistant editor at TV2’s news programme. After graduating, he continued his work as an online journalist, which led to him joining the Hungarian Conservative team in 2022.
The programme includes the installation of charging stations with a total capacity of 600 kilowatts at ten locations, each equipped with at least 150-kilowatt charging heads, thus enabling faster and
Shortly after assuming the presidency of the European Union, Viktor Orbán visited Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, followed by Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping, to facilitate the
The Hungarian Grand Prix will be held at the Hungaroring on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 19–21 July. The trophies the podium finishers will receive, neo-classical style vases made by the
The Hungarian team won the combined event in 11:56.66 minutes, surpassing the second-best Ukrainians by 36 seconds.
Banning energy drinks for people under 18 has been discussed for a while in Hungary. Now a draft decree that details the planned stipulations has been published on the website
The Hungarian Defence Forces’ Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Course (AAT), a one-year programme, has equipped the newly graduating non-commissioned officers with various skills. With these capabilities, they will not only be
After the three-day recount, it was confirmed that Karácsony received 371,538 votes, while Vitézy received 371,245.
Hungary will host its first World Rallycross Championship race on 27–28 July at the Nyirád Racing Center, where the European Championship will also take place. 17 Hungarian drivers will be
In the first half of the year, there was an increase in migration inflows at most of the European Union’s external borders, particularly in the Canary Islands, the border with
Speaking at the opening event of the International Young Physicists’ Tournament (IYPT) for secondary school students at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), State Secretary Varga-Bajusz highlighted that