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Analyses | | Franciszek Tyszka

On 22 July Szabolcs Dull was dismissed as editor-in-chief of the Index.hu news website which is one of the largest with approximately a million views daily and which is critical of the Hungarian government. Two days later nearly all the…

Analyses | | Konrad Popławski

On 27 May, the European Commission announced a recovery plan for the EU economy, the key element of which is the creation of the Next Generation EU fund,…

Analyses | | Franciszek Tyszka

On 10 and 17 April, the Hungarian government issued a series of decrees…

Analyses | | Kamil Całus

Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán paid an official visit to Chișinău on 12 March. He met…

Analyses | | Franciszek Tyszka

Even though Fidesz won the local elections in Hungary on 13 October on the national scale, the outcome may be viewed as a success for the opposition. István Tarlós,…

Analyses | | Franciszek Tyszka

The Hungarian politician László Trócsanyi, who as Hungary’s minister of justice in 2014–2019 supervised reforms which are criticised in the EU for being anti-democratic, has…

Analyses | | Jakub Groszkowski

The elections to the European Parliament have weakened the Christian Democrats (EPP) and Social Democrats (S&D) in Central Europe; but although they have won fewer seats…

Analyses | | Łukasz Frynia, Ryszarda Formuszewicz

On 4th March the president of the European People’s Party (EPP) Joseph Daul announced the launch of a procedure which could lead to Fidesz being suspended…

Analyses | | Łukasz Frynia

On 11 February, the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo travelled to Budapest as part of his trip to Europe. This was the first visit of a US Secretary of State to Hungary…

Analyses | | Łukasz Frynia

Fidesz, the governing party in Hungary, passed a controversial act modifying the Labour Code on 12 December. It increases the admissible level of overtime from 250 to 400…