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        Italian government crisis likened to Hungarian politics

        Tuesday, August 27th, 2019

        A political analyst believes Italy’s Five Star movement is facing an comparable to that of two Hungarian opposition parties. READ MORE

        Weeklies on new balance of power on the left

        Monday, June 10th, 2019

        A right-wing analyst ponders whether Fidesz will once again have to face a single left-wing opponent, just like a decade ago, while left-wing commentators wonder whether Momentum will be able to represent a liberal pole on the Hungarian political scene. READ MORE

        Opposition parties run separately for the EP elections

        Monday, April 1st, 2019

        A pro-government analyst describes the chances of all opposition forces in the EU elections as poor. A liberal weekly hopes they will run united in the mayoral elections this autumn and in the parliamentary elections in three years’ time. READ MORE

        LMP co-chair resigns

        Friday, August 24th, 2018

        A left-wing commentator explains LMP co-chair Széll’s resignation by referring to the LMP’s efforts to move to the centre stage. A pro-government blog doubts if LMP’s rebranding will pay off. READ MORE

        Magyar Nemzet shuts down

        Thursday, April 12th, 2018

        As media tycoon Lajos Simicska withdraws from several important outlets, commentators complain that a piece of Hungarian history is disappearing with the daily Magyar Nemzet – unless a political investor manages to save it. READ MORE

        LMP under left-wing pressure to co-operate with the DK

        Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

        In Népszava, Balázs Böcskei, the founding director of the IDEA Institute of Political Analyses and his colleague, Balázs Barkóczi argue that the green party is losing more than it gains by refusing to co-operate with the left, especially with Ferenc Gyurcsány’s Democratic Coalition (DK). READ MORE

        Islam portrayed as a threat to Europe

        Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

        A right-wing pundit contends that all opposition parties from left to right, including Jobbik, are ‘helping Islam subjugate Europe’. A conservative critic of the government agrees that political Islam is a threat to European values, but cautions against what he calls ‘the government’s anti-Islamic rhetoric’. READ MORE

        Deferred payment offered on fines for illegal party financing

        Monday, January 15th, 2018

        A liberal commentator suspects a trap, as Minister of National Economy Mihály Varga offers a possibility for the deferred payment of fees levied on opposition parties found guilty of illicit campaign financing. A pro-government columnist dismisses similar criticism by opposition parties. READ MORE

        Left-wing war pits all against all

        Monday, November 6th, 2017

        As left-wing parties continue to argue over whether to run jointly or separately in next Spring’s general election, commentators across the political spectrum agree that the Left has little chance to defeat Fidesz in 2018. Left-wing parties, they assume, are competing with each other to lead the opposition, rather than with the governing parties. READ MORE

        MSZP leaders still stand behind Botka

        Sunday, October 1st, 2017

        Commentators try to make sense of the disarray in the Socialist party leadership, and reach mutually exclusive conclusions from the events of the past few days. READ MORE