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6 Nov 2021
It's a government that has repeatedly found itself at odds with the European Parliament, Commission and other member states. Now Hungary is facing a delay in receiving approximately €7 billion from the EU's Covid-19 recovery fund. Hungary's Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó sits down with FRANCE 24's Catherine Nicholson to discuss those clashes and some of the issues behind them.
1 Jul 2020
Hungarian news portal Index has been the country's most widely read outlet for years. Now staff are sounding the alarm that Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government is plotting the end of their editorial independence.
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Hungarian opposition uses social media to show its side of protests.
12 Dec 2018
Hungarians have taken to the streets to protest against labor law changes that would allow employers to demand up to 400 hours overtime per year. The government says it needs greater worker flexibility.
12 Dec 2018
'Soros tries to influence election campaigns', Hungarian minister says.

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