Klubrádió, one of the last media outlets in Hungary willing to criticise the government, is being taken off air. Press freedom experts are warning that this is an issue the EU “can no longer afford to ignore.”
An innocuous quote by political scientist Péter Krekó has led to a hate campaign of hundreds of articles in pro-government media, and a bunch of death threats.
Rights groups accused Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán of scapegoating Hungary’s LGBTQ community for political gain, and to distract from the government’s handling of the COVID pandemic.
The country's LGBTQ community fears backlash after Viktor Orbán said of the fairytale book, "Leave our children alone."
The U.S. government-funded station has resumed service after a steep drop in media freedom under nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
When the EU tried to censure Viktor Orbán, he trolled them.
“He’s a tough man, but he’s a respected man,” Trump said Monday.
Starting with the rise of the Christian right during the Cold War, the movement’s leaders mythologized America as a “city on a hill”—a nation with a divine mission to be a beacon of freedom and democracy to the world. Is that dream now crumbling?
“In all of Europe, there are fewer and fewer children, and the answer of the West to this is migration. We Hungarians have a different way of thinking."
“Social policy and family policy are important in terms of legitimizing the illiberal road Orban is building for us in Hungary.”
An estimated 15,000 demonstrators braved sub-zero temperatures Sunday in a rare show of opposition to Viktor Orban’s government
“It is a dark day for Europe and a dark day for Hungary.”