According to a poll by Republikon that asked about attitudes to emigration as well as voting preferences.
24.hu summarized the growth of the number of Hungarian government officials (threefold) as well as their salaries (fivefold) since 2011, the year Orbán came back to power and promised a small and cheap state.
What could possibly go wrong?
The insane micromanaging rules of the square meter-based reopening plan visualized.
The Hungarian state does take care of itself, that’s for sure. To the tune of 8.2% of GDP, to be precise.
The local authority of Terézváros, a Budapest district, shared data about the pandemic economic damage. 28% of the losses come from the disappearance of tourism and hospitality – 72% come from Orbán’s punishment of opposition cities.
Can Orbán exit Hungary from the EU?
Opposition politicians have reported 119 cases of corruption or other crimes to the police in the last six years. None made it through the prosecution and no charges were pressed.
Despite 10 years of hysterical anti-EU propaganda
12x more corrupt than Romania, 8x more than Slovakia