• PM’s Office Slams NYT, The Guardian On Hungary Coverage

    PM’s Office Slams NYT, The Guardian On Hungary Coverage

    • 7 Dec 2018 8:25 AM

    Zoltán Kovács, the state secretary for international communication and relations at the Prime Minister’s Office, slammed coverage of recent Hungarian events in English-speaking left-leaning media outlets, writing that at The New York Times, “the editors and publishers … are hot and bothered about the [Hungarian] prime minister’s ‘right-wing, nativist, nationalist politics.’ They’re so woke.”

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  • Hungarian Gov't: ‘Saving Print Media In Public Interest’

    Hungarian Gov't: ‘Saving Print Media In Public Interest’

    • 7 Dec 2018 7:58 AM

    Saving the print media in Hungary is of public interest, the Government Information Centre (KTK) has said, referring to the government decision to exempt from oversight the Central European Press and Media Foundation’s acquisition of Opus Press, Echo TV, New Wave Media Group and Magyar Idők Publishing.

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  • PM Orbán To Lauder: 'You're Asking Me To Limit Press Freedom'

    PM Orbán To Lauder: 'You're Asking Me To Limit Press Freedom'

    • 7 Dec 2018 7:34 AM

    Prime Minister Viktor Orbán , in a letter to Ronald S. Lauder, president of the World Jewish Congress, expressed his “surprise” that the WJC leader had asked him “to limit freedom of speech and the freedom of the press” by calling on him to condemn an image that recently appeared on the cover of business weekly Figyelő, which Lauder had called anti-Semitic.

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  • Hungarian Gov't Lacks Policy For Women Says Opposition

    Hungarian Gov't Lacks Policy For Women Says Opposition

    • 6 Dec 2018 8:40 AM

    The government still lacks a comprehensive policy for women, the leader of the opposition Socialist Party said. “Its family policy is questionable and women still don’t have equal opportunities,” Bertalan Tóth said.

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