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        Horthy anniversary revives history debate

        Wednesday, November 20th, 2019

        A left-wing pundit accuses the government of following in the footsteps of the interwar authoritarian regime, while a right-wing author calls Horthy an incorruptible patriot. READ MORE

        Memorial Day of the Victims of Communism

        Wednesday, February 27th, 2019

        In their comments on the annual remembrance day for the victims of communist dictatorship, pro-government commentators accuse the western mainstream of using double standards in judging Nazism and Communism. READ MORE

        Fears expressed over ‘liberal communist’ ideology

        Thursday, November 15th, 2018

        A pro-government pundit fulminates over what he calls the ’liberal communist’ ideology and accuses its representatives of promoting migration in the hope of depriving people of their property. READ MORE

        More comments on November 7

        Monday, November 13th, 2017

        Over the past few days, Internet news sites swarmed with commentaries on the hundredth anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution, but only one of the nationwide weeklies dedicated its editorial to the anniversary. READ MORE

        Looking for traces of Bolshevism on the 100th anniversary of Lenin’s revolution

        Wednesday, November 8th, 2017

        Commentators draw diametrically opposed lessons from the horrific history of Communism. Both see it as corroborating their political positions. READ MORE

        Fidel Castro remembered

        Tuesday, November 29th, 2016

        A conservative columnist sees the controversy over Fidel Castro’s heritage as an expression of contemporary ideological and sectarian disputes over capitalism and human rights. READ MORE

        More bitter ruminations on the Biszku ruling

        Thursday, June 4th, 2015

        Right-wing columnists fulminate against the appeal court which annulled the prison sentence handed down to former Communist Party chieftain Béla Biszku for his role in the post-revolution reprisals in 1956. An expert says while the ruling was well founded legally it signals a defeat for the Judiciary. A left-wing commentator suggests that Biszku is despised in Hungary – even without a sentence. READ MORE

        Biszku’s trial back to square one

        Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015

        A conservative commentator is disgusted by the ruling of the Budapest Appeal Court to scrap a five year prison sentence handed down by the first instance court to Béla Biszku, who as a key member of the Communist Party leadership in 1956 was accused of responsibility for the massacre of unarmed demonstrators after the anti-Communist revolt was crushed by the Soviet Union. READ MORE

        Weeklies on Simicska’s accusations

        Monday, March 16th, 2015

        Left-wing magazines point out how damaging the charge levelled against the Prime Minister by his former close ally is. Liberal pundits think the uncertainty about former real or imagined police informants should have been settled long time ago by publishing all Communist secret service files, while right-wing commentators call Mr Simicska’s allegations sheer slander. READ MORE

        Simicska accuses Orbán of informing on him in Communist era

        Wednesday, March 11th, 2015

        Commentators are predominantly sceptical about the allegation that PM Orbán was recruited by the communist secret services during his military service in 1982. READ MORE