PM Orbán in State of the Nation address: The last decade has been the most successful in Hungary’s last 100 years
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The speaker dismissed accusations that the government behaved like a dictatorship that waged a culture war, saying that it was the opposition’s aggressive actions that hurt the ruling Fidesz party more than the “so-called dictatorship”.
This year, the festival will bring a series of exclusive events, not only to its main venue, the Palace of Arts (MÜPA), but several other cultural institutions in the Hungarian capital, organizer Csaba Káel said
The New American points out that when a primitive tribe such as the Tanzanian Hadza fights to preserve its culture, the media cheer but when a European people fights to preserve its culture, it gets called racist
The European Commission announced that the 158-year-old synagogue, the largest in Europe and the second largest in the world, would be added to the list of 38 heritage sites next year, joining the likes of Italy’s Fort Cadine and Slovenia’s Javorca Church
During the opening of the Budapest centre and archive named after the Kossuth and Ybl Miklós Award winning architect, the prime minister said his legacy lives on and awaits to be continued in the Carpathian Basin
"I absolutely love Jupiter’s Moon! I was raised in a very staunch religious household, so I got everything, I was there the whole way," Smith said. "I really thought it was fantastic, and it’s one of the movies that we viewed that I absolutely will watch again and again"
For breaking the rules of political correctness and using the word “ethnic” without a trigger warning, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is under heavy attack from the liberal media. The attacks, however, quote him completely out of context and deliberately misinterpret the meaning.