Tourism reboot: #itissafeathome (#itthonbiztonságos)
With the largest economic protection package in its history, the Hungarian government has done everything in its power to provide the support needed to relaunch tourism here at home.Read more
Der neu gewählte Oberbürgermeister von Budapest glaubt, die westlichen Medien täuschen zu können, indem er versucht, das De-facto-Bündnis der Opposition mit der antisemitischen Rechten Ungarns schönreden zu können. Aber die Jobbik ist immer noch dieselbe antisemitische Anti-Roma-Gruppe rechtsextremer Radikaler.
The newly elected mayor of Budapest thinks he can fool the western media by trying whitewash the opposition’s de facto alliance with Hungary’s anti-Semitic far-right. But Jobbik is still the same, anti-Semitic, anti-Roma group of far-right radicals.
The prime minister said he had raised the issue of 15-20 projects at a meeting with Budapest mayor Gergely Karácsony with a view to coming to an agreement on them. “I had to withdraw a lot of things; it wasn’t pleasant for us to give up dreams,” he said.
A few months ago, in the lead up to last year’s general elections, this member of Hungary’s opposition was touring the country saying his party refused any cooperation with far-right, extremist Jobbik, a party he claimed to be “full of Nazis” that are “now presented in different packaging.” You won’t believe what he just said in a television interview.