Prior consultation to make the loan scheme to incentivise childbirth compliant with EU law ends up fueling the government's anti-Brussels campaign.
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Hungarians have never been as interested in the European Elections as they are now. Fidesz is likely to win, the real contest is for the second place.
Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán and US President Donald Trump had a friendly meeting, though their statements do not reveal much.
The fliers of the Hungarian Two-Tailed Dog Party raised suspicions.
The government plans to turn a Budapest literary museum into a cultural power centre meant to protect European and Hungarian Christian culture.
The agreement could help CEU enrol new students again at the Budapest campus following their forced move to Vienna.
István Tiborcz is the youngest person on the list of napi.hu.
Hungarian Prime Minister toughens up on his party's Spitzenkandidat at presser with Heinz-Christian Strache, chairman of Austrian populist party ÖFP.
The leader of Fidesz's parliamentary group specifically named four independent news outlets as the political opponents of the ruling party of Hungary.
Index's exclusive interview with Sándor Csányi, the President and CEO of OTP Bank and President of the Hungarian Football Federation.
Orbán: "Europe has to be defended from the migrant invasion." Salvini: "May 27 will open a new history for Europe."
A 40-year-old tradition ends as oligarch's company terminates contract overnight and replaces HVG's posters with ads of Fidesz-affiliated tabloid.
Changing conditions prompt 7% of government office workers to quit their jobs over the course of a month with no replacements in sight.
How does one's life change if unemployment suddenly hits at the age of 52? The former CEO of Deichmann Hungary told us why he stacks shelves now.
Washing clothes is a daily problem in a small Hungarian village as running water or a washing machine are not luxuries many can afford.
We asked singers appearing in the Hungarian State Opera's rendition of Porgy and Bess to explain why they did or did not sign the document.
Conspiracy theories run rampant in Viktor Orbán's speech officially kicking off Fidesz's EP campaign.
Hungarian embassy issues note verbale to Slovenia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs demanding measures to prevent such an incident from happening again.
After George Soros, the migrants, and Jean-Claude Juncker, the next target of Fidesz's propaganda media was a high school girl from the countryside.
The EPP recently got tough on Fidesz, even though the group has legitimated and sanitized Orbán's rule for years, even as it descended into autocracy.
Rogán said Brussels cares more about the "Soros-university" than the US, and that Fidesz would remain in EPP only as long as it's against immigration.
Orbán is seemingly attempting to fulfill the criteria Manfred Weber set for Fidesz's continued stay in the EPP, but is it going to be enough?
EPP's lead candidate had a meeting with Viktor Orbán to talk about the EPP's upcoming debate about the expulsion of Fidesz.
Minister of Innovation and Technology and President of the Academy sign statement of intent after months of government pressure.
EPP's procedure to expel Fidesz might decide way more than whether or not the rogue Hungarian member party stays in the group.
How did this rare Ferrari Daytona with a bumper full of gold end up in Hungary in the 1970s?
Oil extraction started in Bázakerettye with US help, turning the sleepy village into a vibrant town that has a trace of America even in its decay.
President of the Republic János Áder announced the date of the European Election in Hungary.
Constitutional court finds last year's Stop Soros Act does not violate Hungary's Base Law.
How the Hungarian dual citizenship and simplified nationalisation has gone horribly wrong.
Hungary has accepted hundreds of refugees from Venezuela, however, the government is keeping it tightly under wraps. Why?
The Moscow-based International Investment Bank is moving to Budapest, and there are a number of alarming details.
The 35-year-old convict was hospitalised with life-threatening injuries. The arrest was caught on video.
Mike Pompeo visited Hungary and talked about China, Russia, Ukraine, Hungary's gas supply, and Hungary's renewed defense cooperation with the USA as it is reengaging with Central Europe.
Orbán kicked off the EP campaign at his yearly State of Hungary Address stressing the perceived historical stakes of the upcoming election and announced his demographics program.
On the fourth anniversary of oligarch Lajos Simicska's fight with Viktor Orbán, his former political daily is back - though this time on Orbán's side.
Freedom House says change of status is due to the "sustained attacks on the country's democratic institutions." Hungarian government blames Soros.
Hungary vetoed the common EU position in preparation to the summit with the Arab League where migration over the Mediterranean will be a key topic.
Hungarian government refuses to meet Dutch rule-of-law delegation: "Netherlands is not a supervisory body to Hungary"
"We are a more than thousand-year-old nation," the Foreign Minister explained why they refused to meet the Dutch delegation to talk about Article 7.
Index takes a look at the Prime Minister's asset declaration released last night.
The Minister of Justice has the power to appoint and promote administrative judges. Critics fear judicial independence is in peril.
Transparency International's latest Corruption Perceptions Index paints a gloomy picture with cronyism, state capture, and corruption.
As the fight for Andy Vajna's state-funded businesses is likely to commence, Index takes a look at the sizeable estate.
Saturday afternoon, the series of demonstrations against the Overtime Act continued in Budapest and numerous countryside locations.
An Israeli NGO set out to find the remains of Holocaust victims murdered on the bank of the Danube in Budapest at the end of 1944.
"We brought back our father's ashes from Germany, we owe thousands of Euros, and it's not even sure it's our father"
Watch what Prime Minister Viktor Orbán had to say at Thursday's press conference with English voiceover.