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        Debate over compensation for inmates and Roma rolls on

        Monday, January 27th, 2020

        Weeklies and weekend editions of dailies right across the political spectrum discuss the implications of the government’s plans to suspend payment of compensation for  inmates who have won court cases for overcrowding and Roma children taught in segregated classrooms. Each side accuses the other of inciting hatred and threatening the constitutional order. READ MORE

        Government suspends payment of compensation to inmates

        Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

        A liberal commentator thinks that the government’s decision to suspend the payment of compensation to inmates further weakens the rule of law. A pro-government columnist welcomes the decision, and finds it fully in-line with the opinion of most Hungarians. READ MORE

        Weeklies on the Roma school segregation verdict

        Monday, January 20th, 2020

        Left-liberal weeklies are outraged by the Prime Minister’s opinion that ‘something should be done’ about the court sentence which compels the Gyöngyöspata Council to pay compensation to Roma families whose children were segregated at school from 2004 to 2012. Conservative authors suggest that the verdict is doing more harm than good. READ MORE

        Diametrically opposed takes on Roma school segregation ruling

        Monday, January 13th, 2020

        Liberal and left-wing commentators accuse Prime Minister Orbán of racism for publicly criticizing a court ruling granting compensation to Roma families whose children were enrolled in separate classes to non-Roma children. Pro-government columnists agree with the Prime Minister and find the ruling outrageous. READ MORE

        Prime Minister’s New Year press conference

        Saturday, January 11th, 2020

        A liberal columnist thinks that Prime Minister Orbán mixed moderate and radical messages in his first press conference this year. A pro-government columnist praises the Prime Minister for his pragmatic vision. READ MORE

        Weeklies’ New Year editorials

        Monday, January 6th, 2020

        In their first issues of 2020, the weeklies try to make sense of what happened in 2019 and assess what Hungary may expect in the New Year. READ MORE

        PM Orbán accused of planning Hunxit

        Thursday, December 19th, 2019

        A left-wing pundit suggests that the Prime Minister intends to follow Britain’s example and withdraw from the European Union. READ MORE

        PM Orbán forecasts a strong Central Europe

        Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

        Commentators draw opposing conclusions from the Prime Minister’s speech on the 30th anniversary of the Romanian anti-communist revolution. READ MORE

        EU Foreign Ministers approve new Commission

        Wednesday, November 27th, 2019

        A pro-government commentator interprets the approval of Ursula von der Leyden’s new Commission by the Foreign Ministers as ‘a huge blow for pro-migration groups’. READ MORE

        Hungarian nominee for EU commissioner passes EP test

        Friday, November 22nd, 2019

        A left-wing commentator notes with resignation that PM Orbán has had his way, as his compromise candidate for EU Enlargement Commissioner was found fit for the job by the competent (Foreign Affairs) committee of the European Parliament. READ MORE