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Boris Kálnoky
Foreign correspondent (Die Welt, Weltwoche, Die Presse, Kleine Zeitung, Deutsche Welle, Cicero), author. SE Europe & Turkey.
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Boris Kálnoky 17 Std.
So far, it was thought that Germany had avoided excess mortality in the Covid-19 crisis. But April was different - 8% more deaths than the average of 4 previous years for that month. // Sterblichkeit im April höher als in den Vorjahren via
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Boris Kálnoky 28. Mai
„Ungarn wird bei der EU-Coronahilfe kein Nettozahler sein“ via
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Boris Kálnoky 28. Mai
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Boris Kálnoky 27. Mai
Antwort an @tamasnotin
MSZP/DK?
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Boris Kálnoky 27. Mai
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Boris Kálnoky 26. Mai
Antwort an @RostovanyiA @444hu
Oh dear. Free elections prove a country is democratic. And now allow me to meet my deadline for today.
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Boris Kálnoky 26. Mai
Antwort an @RostovanyiA @444hu
If you seriously compare HU to Venezuela, you've lost me. Anyway, back to work.
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Boris Kálnoky 26. Mai
Antwort an @RostovanyiA @444hu
I am not talking about them - I am talking of those who said "dictatorship" and "suspended parliament." Obviously criticism along the lines of "power grab" was jounalistically OK, even if I wouldn't agree that there was much of a power grab.
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Boris Kálnoky 26. Mai
Antwort an @RostovanyiA @444hu
In my book, stating as a fact that parliamant is suspended when it isn't, and stating as a fact there is a "dictatorship" despite parliament being in session, constitutional court working and government enjoys vast democratic legitimation (2/3 majority) is, yes, completely wrong.
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Szabolcs Panyi 26. Mai
Press freedom in Hungary was violated, the ruled today. In 2016, six journalists’ accreditation to work in parliament had been suspended after they tried to interview MPs while reporting on alleged illicit payments linked to the National Bank.
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Boris Kálnoky 26. Mai
Antwort an @Albana_Kasapi
10 year plan. :)
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Boris Kálnoky 26. Mai
Antwort an @RostovanyiA @444hu
Sorry for being oldfashioned but it is never any government's fault if the media get it completely wrong. Sloppy journalism is sloppy journalism and that's all there is to it.
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Boris Kálnoky 26. Mai
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No-one took my bet. I wonder why...
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Boris Kálnoky 26. Mai
Today Hungary initiates the procedure to end the state of emergency, one of the fastest in EU to do so. It had been violently attacked in Western media for lack of a rigid sunset clause. I can't wait to see the headlines of papers who cried "Dictatorship" only a few weeks ago.
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Boris Kálnoky 26. Mai
HU strategy to boost birthrates is paying off big time: 6,5% more births in Jan-Mar., marriages doubled, abortions down 7,7%.
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Boris Kálnoky 22. Mai
Coldest dawn ever (well, since measurements began) for this day of the year in a corner of NE Hungary, . -3,3 C, beating previous record from 1952 by -2 degrees Celsius
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Viktória Serdült 21. Mai
The end of transit zones in ! Implementing the decision of the , Hungarian authorities released 300 asylum-seekers from transit zones on the border and transferred them open or semi-open facilities.
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Raphael Ahren 20. Mai
Now that Austria and Hungary have become the Jewish state's best friends in Europe, here's a photo of my great-grandfather, Rabbi Dr. Samuel Lemberger, who served as a chaplain in the Austro-Hungarian army (he's the one sitting in the middle, at the front near Brașov during WWI).
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Michael Martens 20. Mai
A short while ago today, the “National Council for Discrimination Combating” (CNDC) in Bucharest has found Romanias president Klaus Ioahnnis guilty of discrimination against the Hungarian minority in his country. A fine of 5000 Lei (ca 1053 €) was imposed.
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Boris Kálnoky 20. Mai
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