Hungarian Prime Minister inflames European politics, again, with his latest illiberal manifesto. But how strong is he, really?
- Hungarians head to polls this Sunday, in a most degratated democratic framework. Hid from view by mainstream media, opposition candidate Márki-Zay struggles to compete.
- Orbán and Morawieczi will now have to explain to their domestic audiences how to cope with the possible EU funds slashing. Not an easy task.
- The ‘unexpected competitor’ in Hungary’s upcoming elections, Péter Márki-Zay, is strengthening its profile, both internally and at European level. Outgoing PM Viktor Orbán will be counting on the deep state he has built over the last 12 years to cling to power, or come back soon.
- Anti-Fidesz party join their forces to find the best-suited competitor to Hungary’s Prime Minister. Can they resurrect an agonizing democracy?
- The public opinion is losing sight on the democratic backsliding in Central and Eastern Europe. Equally distracted, the EU risks a shipwreck on fundamental values.
- Can the strongest beliefs in the enviromentalist cause and aggressive, far-right neonationalism coexist in today’s Europe? One Hungarian political movement shows how.
- How and why Viktor Orbán exploited the European coronavirus crisis to harden ever more his rule over Hungary
- How does EPP stand over the authoritarianism in Budapest?
- The main challenges that independent media outlets are facing in Hungary.