On April 8th, Hungarian voters made it clear that they don’t want to see Hungary become an immigrant country and they reject the idea of being told who may be given the right to live in their own country. Responding to that mandate, the will of the people, the Hungarian government has recently submitted a proposed amendment to Hungary’s Fundamental Law. Here’s a look at the details.
The Romanian Revolution at 30: It all started with Hungarians
Though many remember that Romania was the last country to free itself from communist dictatorship in 1989, there’s a significant detail that’s often overlooked. It all began when a Hungarian Reformed priest was threatened in Temesvár (Timișoara) and the lRead more