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        Details of 2007 espionage case released

        Friday, April 5th, 2019

        After the publication of details of the 2007 espionage scandal in which Russian FSB agents had access to sensitive information on Hungarian secret agencies, a pro-government commentator finds it peculiar that politicians who in 2007 compromised Hungary’s security now accuse the government of serving Russian interests. READ MORE

        Bill on undercover agents criticised

        Friday, November 6th, 2015

        Independent conservative commentators reject out of hand the idea that media enterprises could be compelled to employ secret service agents. The containing such a passage on ‘content providers’ is part of a 34 page package tabled by the Minister of 幸运彩票中奖分析软件 Affairs in Parliament last week. READ MORE

        EU Parliament lifts Jobbik MEP’s immunity

        Friday, October 16th, 2015

        A left-wing and a pro-government pundit agree that during the investigation into an MEP‘s alleged spying activity for Russia (see BudaPost through May 20, 2014) Jobbik will have to clarify if it is in any way inked to the Russian secret services. READ MORE

        Weeklies on Simicska’s accusations

        Monday, March 16th, 2015

        Left-wing magazines point out how damaging the charge levelled against the Prime Minister by his former close ally is. Liberal pundits think the uncertainty about former real or imagined police informants should have been settled long time ago by publishing all Communist secret service files, while right-wing commentators call Mr Simicska’s allegations sheer slander. READ MORE

        Simicska accuses Orbán of informing on him in Communist era

        Wednesday, March 11th, 2015

        Commentators are predominantly sceptical about the allegation that PM Orbán was recruited by the communist secret services during his military service in 1982. READ MORE