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        Anti-government protests running out of steam

        Monday, January 28th, 2019

        A left-wing columnist suggests that the demonstrations against the government’s so-called ‘slave law’ are losing momentum. READ MORE

        18-year-old girl becomes iconic opposition figure

        Saturday, January 19th, 2019

        Pro-government outlets find it pathetic that the opposition discovers its main hero in a high school student who used vulgar expressions addressing an anti-government demonstration. Pro-opposition sites condemn politically motivated attacks on the 18-year-old. READ MORE

        Opposition united in opposing the government

        Monday, January 7th, 2019

        After the ‘protest oath’ taken by opposition MPs on the steps of the parliament building and before Saturday’s mass demonstration, commentators tried to make sense of the newly forged unity among opposition parties – some of which until recently opposed one another just as fiercely as they opposed Fidesz. READ MORE

        Unions brace for Saturday’s demonstration

        Friday, January 4th, 2019

        While trade unions plan a mass demonstration for Saturday, a pro-government commentator remarks that wages have been increasing at an unprecedented pace over the past decade. READ MORE

        Weeklies on the anti-government demonstrations

        Monday, December 24th, 2018

        While the two bills that sparked passionate anti-government demonstrations were signed into law by President Áder who then became the target of this year’s last protest rally, nationwide weeklies try to put the December protest into perspective. READ MORE

        Demonstrations still in focus

        Thursday, December 20th, 2018

        While opposition leaders are bracing for new mass demonstrations, although anti-government protestors on Tuesday only numbered a few dozen people, commentators continue to advise various strategies to follow on both sides. READ MORE

        Opposition MPs stage sit-in at public TV

        Wednesday, December 19th, 2018

        After the fifth day of demonstrations against the government, commentators ponder whether the recent series of protests might lead to the birth of a new united opposition, or whether attempts by hitherto unpopular opposition parties to lead the new movement will fail to produce new supporters. READ MORE

        Street protests continue

        Tuesday, December 18th, 2018

        A left-wing commentator welcomes the anti-government demonstrations and encourages Hungarians to take to the streets. A pro-government columnist thinks that protesting against the higher ceiling placed on overtime hours is senseless at a time of significant labour shortages. READ MORE