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        Parliament Regulations amended

        Thursday, December 12th, 2019

        Commentators on both Right and Left comment on the government’s series of amendments to the House Regulations which both limit the opportunities of MPs to switch party factions, and punish them for obstructing the normal operation of Parliament. READ MORE

        Parlament to ban demonstrations in front of politicians’ homes

        Friday, July 20th, 2018

        A pro-government constitutional lawyer dismisses accusations by the opposition that the Fidesz-dominated Parliament intends to curb the freedom of assembly. READ MORE

        Therapies for a left-wing recovery

        Monday, April 30th, 2018

        Two weeks after the general election, commentators on both sides of the main political divide  try to figure out whether the opposition parties will ever become a match for Fidesz or whether a new one can replace them. READ MORE

        Márki Zay to become the leader of a united opposition?

        Friday, April 27th, 2018

        A libertarian columnist welcomes the recently elected Mayor of Hódmezővásárhely onto the national political stage, as a challenger to the leaders of the fragmented opposition. He also dismisses the idea that the opposition should boycott parliament. READ MORE

        Autumn legislative session opens

        Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

        At the opening session of the autumn parliamentary season, the governing party and the opposition exchanged blows over immigration and corruption – and so have the dailies. READ MORE

        Ukraine bans teaching in minority languages

        Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

        An independent conservative columnist welcomes the unity of Hungarian political parties in the face of the new public education act passed by the Ukrainian Parliament which stipulates that after the 4 years of the elementary school, schoolchildren must be taught all subjects in Ukrainian.
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        A bill against Heineken beer

        Saturday, March 18th, 2017

        A conservative legal analyst finds it ridiculous and unconstitutional that the government intends to enact a law in retaliation against Heineken which has had a Hungarian Transylvanian beer banned by a Romanian court. READ MORE

        President Áder re-elected

        Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

        A left-wing columnist describes President Áder as unfit for the job and praises opposition candidate László Majtényi. His conservative counterpart on the other hand believes that Mr Áder’s first term has been successful. READ MORE

        More on Constitutional Court election

        Thursday, November 24th, 2016

        While left-wing parties accuse the LMP of collaborating” with the ruling parties, the first left-wing media reaction is only mildly negative. A liberal and a conservative analyst, although both critical of the government, see the election of the missing Constitutional Court judges in a positive light. READ MORE

        Opposition divided on 1956 anniversary

        Monday, October 31st, 2016

        Print weeklies agree that the left-wing opposition was unconvincing in its celebration of the anniversary of the 1956 revolution.  Opinions diverge on whether the opposition can recover – any time soon – from its current state of paralysis. READ MORE