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        Immigration emergency to be extended

        Friday, September 6th, 2019

        A left-wing columnist finds it unnecessary to prolong the state of emergency introduced during the 2015 migration crisis. Commenting on the indictment of a suspected ISIS terrorist arrested in Hungary, a pro-government pundit thinks that Europe is still threatened by terrorists who came in 2015 with the big migrant wave. READ MORE

        ‘State of Migration Emergency’ under fire

        Saturday, March 12th, 2016

        Mandiner doubts whether the declaration of a special state of emergency in view of a potential wave of irregular migrants is legally justified. Magyar Idők quotes experts who believe that it will eventually prove useful. READ MORE

        Liberal commentators attack ‘Emergency State of Terror’ bill

        Monday, January 25th, 2016

        A former Socialist representative puts forward a ’personal conspiracy theory’ about Fidesz’s proposal on the planned ‘Emergency State of Terror’ constitutional amendment, while a liberal commentator calls such laws hotbeds of dictatorship. READ MORE

        Snowstorm reveals Hungary’s weaknesses and strengths

        Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

        A pro-government daily accuses the opposition of launching an irresponsible attack on the government after a snowstorm blocked major roads for several days, but also calls for the Prime Minister to explain what caused the delay in clearing the roads. READ MORE

        Military registry deemed necessary

        Saturday, December 10th, 2011

        Pundits from both the left and the right acknowledge that it is reasonable to reinstate the registration of Hungarian men of military age. A left-wing commentator, however, worries that the sensitive personal data collected by the government may be misused. READ MORE