Last week I discussed the potential political consequences of Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán’s veto on the European Union’s next seven-year budget and economic recovery plan. This week I want to post my remarks on the considerable economic risks.
I find it a little odd that the European Union is so surprised by Hungarian Premier Viktor Orbán’s announcement that if funding is linked to rule of law criteria, he is ready to veto the EU’s seven-year budget and the economic recovery plan, thus putting millions of people in grave danger.
We, the forces of the Hungarian democratic opposition, considering the severity of the situation resulting from the destructive politics of the Hungarian government, find it necessary to declare to all citizens, all Member States, and the leadership of the European Union that Viktor Orbán ...
After Azerbaijan’s military victory and the Russian-brokered truce signed this week, it seems that peace might finally arrive in Nagorno Karabakh after thirty years.

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Dear Friends,

Allow me to proudly present our website where you can read the latest information on the activities of Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary. Three decades have passed since Hungary stepped on the path of European integration. Back then we were dreaming about becoming a member of a successful community resting on solid foundations. However, our continent is now nearly torn apart by conflicting interests. Today’s European Union is characterized by crises while Hungary echoes with the ideological disputes of the past. What we aim for Europe is to once again become a fair continent that shows solidarity and respects its Christian values the way it was envisioned by the founding fathers of European integration. As for Hungary, we want it to become a free, democratic and competitive country, just as we wished for at the time when Communism collapsed. Come with us!

Best regards,

Márton Gyöngyösi

News

Jobbik in EU Orbán takes a loan – is it the end of Hungary’s economic stability? – The Weekly 31
Last week I discussed the potential political consequences of Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán’s veto on the European Union’s n
Jobbik in EU Can a despot become a loose cannon in the EU? – The Weekly 30
I find it a little odd that the European Union is so surprised by Hungarian Premier Viktor Orbán’s announcement that if
Jobbik in EU A call to the president of the European Council, the president of European Commission and the presidency of the Council
We, the forces of the Hungarian democratic opposition, considering the severity of the situation resulting from the dest
Jobbik in EU Will there be peace in Nagorno Karabakh at last? – The Weekly 29
After Azerbaijan’s military victory and the Russian-brokered truce signed this week, it seems that peace might finally a

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