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        Deputy PM plagiarism scandal

        Monday, December 10th, 2012

        An independent conservative blogger dismisses Deputy PM Zsolt Semjén’s claim that he did not violate any written rules when copying large parts of his 1992 doctoral dissertation from other sources without attribution. READ MORE

        Coming out on Gyurcsány’s thesis

        Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

        Following on the heels of left-wing criticism of former Socialist Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány,  for his very own plagiarism scandal, a centrist analyst tentatively suggests that Hungary might finally profit from the elimination of double standards. A columnist close to Gyurcsány suggests, however that the plagiarism case may be a fabrication, while a Népszabadság blogger argues that the burden of proof is on Gyurcsány now.

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        Former Socialist prime minister, Ferenc Gyurcsány suspected of plagiarism

        Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

        A leading right-wing columnist accuses the Hungarian left-wing media and blogosphere of double standards after , a right wing television channel, revealed that Ferenc Gyurcsány’s Teachers College thesis could be a copy of his former brother-in-law’s. Népszabadság, meanwhile, claims that HírTV is “going after Gyurcsány”. READ MORE

        President misses opportunity to save his dignity

        Friday, March 30th, 2012

        The two leading dailies contend that President Pál Schmitt should have resigned after a fact-finding committee identified academic dishonesty in his doctoral thesis. A left-wing analyst, on the other hand, hopes that Schmitt will stay in office to remind Hungarians of the moral bankruptcy of the Orbán government. READ MORE

        President’s thesis mostly copied

        Thursday, March 29th, 2012

        Commentators from across the political spectrum are trying to make sense of a report released by the fact-finding committee investigating whether President Pál Schmitt was guilty of plagiarism in his 1992 doctoral thesis. Commentators from both the right and the left believe that the President should step down. READ MORE

        President Schmitt mocked

        Monday, March 26th, 2012

        In his sarcastic weekly editorial column, the editor of Magyar Narancs cautions against forcing Hungary’s President to resign. READ MORE

        President accused of plagiarism

        Monday, January 16th, 2012

        Commentators on the left and in the centre of the political spectrum wonder whether  President Pál Schmitt can stay in office, after Heti Világgazdaság accused him of plagiarising a significant part of his doctoral dissertation, submitted in 1992. READ MORE