Can the European Union stop the rise of authoritarianism in Hungary?
No joke party takes itself quite so seriously as the Hungarian Two-Tailed Dog Party (MKKP).
The prime minister has portrayed himself as his country’s savior, protecting Christian Europe against the Muslim hordes.
Hungary is attempting to purge itself of totalitarian symbols related to the 40 years of communist rule.
Turnout for the vote was lower than the 50 percent threshold for a binding referendum.
Hungarian government denied the referendum turnout was low, despite falling under 50 percent.
The country’s government is at odds with the EU’s refugee policies.
Orban has ordered ministers to prepare to enforce another national border.
Independent candidate wins Vezprem by-election as PM warns that government 'cannot sit on its laurels'
Putin has not been on a bilateral visit to a European Union state since June last year.
The PM attended the mass rally in Paris to pay tribute to those killed in the attacks by Islamic extremists
Hungary's Foreign Ministry summoned the U.S. envoy on Wednesday after U.S. Senator John McCain called Prime Minister Viktor Orban a "neo-fascist dictator."
Fidesz remains ahead of rivals despite the loss of support amid anti-government rallies across the country
With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the internet believe they could form a solid new opposition
The Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friaday that the country will revisit regulating and taxing money online next year, but for now there will be no internet tax