Hungarian Conservative

Tag: Gergely Szilvay

The liberal faction of the Hungarian Psychiatric Association engaged in a power game against editor-in-chief at Psychiatria Hungarica Tamás Tényi, who wanted to publish an essay critical of gender theory
‘I’ve never seen a Hungary more open, more vibrant, more free than now,’ says former New York governor George Pataki.
‘Those who meet PM Orbán can only be radical and far-right, populist and alt-right actors according to the left.’
The revival and reinstatement of tradition, its restoration if you like, is by no means self-contradictory, and constancy is a more important element of tradition than change.