- 25 May 2022 8:53 AM
Budapest Mayor Gergely Karácsony recently travelled to Brussels for talks with European Commission representatives on European Union funding available to the Hungarian capital.
A two-day “transatlantic summit” organised by the Political Network for Values is being held at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest.
A liberal weekly believes the special powers will be used to take swift measures of the kind used by the government during the Covid pandemic emergency.
The parliamentary elections in Hungary in April were conducted in order, with voters given distinct alternatives to participate in a democratic procedure, but the European Union’s concerns, especially with regard to a biased media and non-transparent campaign financing have remained, Didier Reynders, justice commissioner of the EU, said late on Monday, citing a preliminary report by election observers of the Organisation for Cooperation and Security in Europe.