The Hungarian Embassy in Rome is asking all Hungarian citizens to leave Italy as soon as possible due to security measures against the coronavirus epidemic, but no more has been announced.
11/03/2020 18:56 • mszp.hu
Head of the MSZP's Women's Organisation Zita Gurmai welcomed the adoption of a political statement in which UN member states agreed to fully implement the Beijing Declaration on Gender Equality.
10/03/2020 23:00 • mszp.hu
The Central Statistics Office also confirmed that there is a huge shortage of doctors and specialists, as, in 2018, their number did not reach the level required for the operation of hospitals and clinics.
10/03/2020 16:44 • mszp.hu
At a press conference on Friday, MSZP president Bertalan Tóth called on the government to take four measures immediately in connection with coronavirus epidemic.
08/03/2020 22:56 • mszp.hu
Major events in Budapest have not been postponed yet, but the Budapest Municipality shall align its actions to state decisions, said Deputy Mayor of Budapest Kata Tüttő in relation to the coronavirus on ATV’s Straightforward Talk programme on Thursday.
08/03/2020 22:55 • mszp.hu
It has already been revealed in court that the head of Hungary's state-owned national public-service broadcasting organization MTVA had falsified the news and that public media had spread false accusations about some opposition MPs.
04/03/2020 22:34 • mszp.hu
MSZP welcomes and supports the initiative to set up an epoch-changing roundtable and the moderating role of V21.
04/03/2020 10:17 • mszp.hu
The cross-country campaign tour has shown that MSZP is the largest party with an active network on the opposition side, the party president said.
28/02/2020 14:40 • mszp.hu
According to press reports, Fidesz operates the Hungarian Tourism Agency as a payment office, too. The organisation pays hundreds of millions or even billions in non-refundable grants to individual applications or applications to non-public tenders, typically to Fidesz-affiliated businessmen and politicians.
28/02/2020 14:37 • mszp.hu
In 2020, 27 February marks European Equal Pay Day, held each year on the day that women finally catch up with men's pay of the previous year. Currently, female employees have to work 58 days more for the same annual salary than their male colleagues.
28/02/2020 14:36 • mszp.hu