Right-wing extremists march in Borsod county, the opposition wins a key by-election, Trump and Orbán have a chat, and other stories from this week.
The last National Consultations were in 2018 on "Family Protection" and in 2017 on the "Soros Plan".
"We need to replace them" - How a burgeoning grassroots culture changed the rules in the 8th District
A diverse movement of left-wing organizers in Budapest is working on two fronts to make social - and political - change.
Around 2,000 people gathered in the 7th District to oppose anti-white racism and anti-Christian bigotry.
The competition authority did not investigate media mega-conglomerate KESMA after Prime Minister Orbán declared it to be "of national strategic importance"
Hungary's top defense lawyer called for the government to pay court-ordered compensation to prisoners and to Roma victims of school segregation.
After the opposition showed unity could result in election wins, Fidesz faces a tough choice: compromise or domination.
The EPP's support for the resolution deepened the fault lines between the group and Fidesz, making it even more likely that Hungary's ruling party will leave EPP and seek other allies in the European Parliament.
In the independent media's only chance of the year to pose questions to the prime minister, Orbán said it was unfair that Roma children that faced school segregation received monetary damages. The first 2020 edition of the weekly English-language newsletter from Insight Hungary.
A joint investigation by 444.hu, Direkt36 and the Russian Novaya Gazeta.
A suspected international criminal and the Syrian dictator’s money man also bought Hungarian residency bonds
He moved his headquarters from Aleppo to Pesterzsébet, then purchased a Hungarian residency bond before being taken away by commandos. A Syrian businessman, who the Americans say committed human rights violations, was let into Hungary.
A piece of computer code embeded in a website of the Hungarian government sent personal information to servers registered in Moscow.