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Anna Júlia Donáth 26m
Taking a moderate stance in , while spreading the wildest theories at home ➡️ Fidesz's favourite game is raging again! But not for long! From now, I'm here to denounce it every time! / : Isn't it time to stop making excuses for ?
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Andras Baneth Jun 14
The summary of answers to the ‘s questionnaire: 1. No. 2. We won’t. 3. Go away. 4. Sort of. 5. It’s not. 6. It’s not. 7. Bye-bye. 8. It’s not. 9. ❤️ Lörincz. 10. What NGOs? 11. We don’t. 12. We hate liberals. 13. F*ck values. 14. F*ck you.
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Ruth Reichstein Jul 3
Incredible that voted for a MEP instead of supporting candidates for Vice Presidents of the European Parliament. What about the European values they are constantly preaching?
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Peter Foster Jun 4
Replying to @zoesqwilliams
Little by little, but with increasing rapidity and brazenness, the ruling party is capturing the levers of power in the state - the media, business, land economy - via a network of oligarchs. But they are smart enough to leave a veneer of legal respectability/3
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Peter Murphy May 26
Not an exit poll, but if borne out, would be a big big win for , Jobbik in freefall, breakthrough for Momentum, disastrous for LMP
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Timothy Garton Ash Jun 20
Europe's disgrace. Following a recent visit to Budapest, I describe how Viktor Orbán has effectively demolished democracy in Hungary, with the help of EU funds – & suggest what EUrope should do about it:
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Peter Foster Jun 4
That could be just one opposition Politician carping, but you hear similar stories everywhere - from NGOs too. So Eszter Nagy of is one among many that knows the power that network of mayors and businesses that capturing the Hungarian state. /6
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Gareth Harding Jul 10
Good. Don’t elect people who don’t believe in democracy to posts where they claim to represent the people.
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Andras Lederer Jul 19
Replying to @andraslederer
Among the many things one could mention about her was her unique personality. In an interview this May, when asked about whether it was risky to speak up against she said: "Not for me, definitely not. I'm 90 years old and world famous."
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Katalin Novák Aug 29
Viktor , Prime Minister of and President of sent a letter to (Courtesy translation)
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Viktória Serdült Jul 2
While is taking place, the supermajority in the Parliament passed a law, stripping the Hungarian Academy of Sciences of its research network, bringing them under total government control.
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Reinhard Bütikofer Sep 11
's vice president posted this today... Hello, , what do you say - and do?
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Balazs Csekö Jul 13
In case someone doubts who finances the Orbán Government... Just one of the examples why doesn't have to leave .
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Green European Journal Mar 21
Hungary PM Viktor Orban's party was suspended by the EPP yesterday. Read here why the EU must act to protect the rule of law & stop an illiberal domino effect among Member States. ⬇️
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Viktória Serdült Jul 16
It’s so great I don’t have to translate. group in the have their own English-language news website. Enjoy!
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Jávor Benedek May 16
They claim they defend "the people" but when it comes to action they always side with big corporations, against regulation, against against a democratic decision making. Keep it in mind when you vote next week!
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Anna Júlia Donáth Jul 12
Hungary's President signed the law dismantling the Hungarian Academy of Science, dealing a huge blow to . did the same with and the . Who knows what's next? 👉still want to give positions in EP committees? 1825-2019
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Eszter Zalan Mar 20
Replying to @eszterz
Slight change in the text on Fidesz suspension: EPP and jointly agree that Fidesz suspends membership until the evaluation is ready, voting apparently soon
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Brian S. Brown May 27
Big day for forces in Europe. I'm in Europe now, and is a big shift away from establishment. Congrats to and all politicians of any party who stand for and
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Hungary Journal Aug 5
poll: ruling has 52% among decided voters; leftist-liberal and 11-11%; conservative 9%; Socialists 7% - others wouldn't get into the parliament.
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