In a letter, Socialist MEP István Ujhelyi asked the head of the concerned organization in the Council of Europe to publish the report on corruption in Hungary or at least give him access to view the document in Strasbourg.
26/06/2019 23:49 • mszp.hu
Once again, the Orbán-government wants to hide the report on the corruption situation in Hungary from the public. Besides Belarus, Hungary is the only country to have prevented its disclosure.
26/06/2019 23:48 • mszp.hu
How does János Áder feel now? Is he not ashamed of Fidesz’ huckster policy?
25/06/2019 17:23 • mszp.hu
Based on the 2018 competency assessment survey, the performance of vocational secondary school students (formerly vocational school students) was weaker than the results of all previous surveys. This awfully poor result comes from the bad Vocational Training Act.
25/06/2019 17:22 • mszp.hu
Today's ruling of the Supreme Court aims to strike the knockout blow in foreign currency loan lawsuits, because the board cynically decided that the exchange rate change did not have to be foreseen by any expert or commercial bank, only the debtor.
23/06/2019 14:36 • mszp.hu
It took great courage on the part of Suzuki's employees even to attempt to take a damp towel to Imre Komjáthi, who tied himself to the factory gate and was getting dehydrated in the sun.
23/06/2019 14:34 • mszp.hu
MSZP turns to the Japanese Ambassador to ask for "their views on what happened at Suzuki," said the party’s politician Lajos Korózs in front of the Japanese Embassy in Budapest on Tuesday.
19/06/2019 16:47 • mszp.hu
After Fidesz passed the slave law, Suzuki factory workers thought they needed stronger employee representation; therefore they created a trade union. However, the management of the factory wanted to nip the organization in the bud, they immediately laid off the elected leader, and then banned the union’s representatives from the factory premises.
19/06/2019 16:45 • mszp.hu
Managing a European metropolis is not a game. Good intent, a household name or public life routine is not enough to lead Budapest successfully. And in order to dismantle Viktor Orbán's system, it is not enough to have a promising slap-in-the-face in store, a one-off punch on the tip of the chin of Felcsút.
18/06/2019 18:01 • mszp.hu
In 1956, the Hungarian people said no to dictatorship and believed they could change their destiny and achieve the desired freedom, prosperity and democracy. In order to achieve these common goals, Imre Nagy was the one who took upon himself the historic task and stood on the side of the Hungarian people. As prime minister, he had the courage to lead Hungary to the path of freedom and democracy and to say no to tyranny. Even after the fall of the revolution, Imre Nagy refused to deny the values of the freedom fight, but rather made the greatest sacrifice and faced death.
18/06/2019 18:00 • mszp.hu