October 23, 2006 was a momentous day in Viktor Orbán’s life and political career – and he doesn’t let us forget it. For one thing he only talked about the 2006 riots and ignored the events of 1956 in his speech.
I have been looking forward to the Orbán-Boris meeting to find out what they have been up to. Now that it is over, I still don’t know.
Then it looks inevitable
The turning point of the Orbán-era
“It’s easy to be loyal to me when I’m right” – said Orbán. At least he is honest
They may be even bad at falsifying data
They are accused of being Orbánists these days
The political divide in Hungary is between those who respect the rule of law, free enterprise, and the sanctity of private property – and those who do not.
It means that he has no bigger problem left, just a few civilians and their continued existence
Foreign minister defends meetings with convicted North Macedonian PM, who escaped his country with Hungarian diplomatic assistance, now hiding in Budapest