NGO transparency


Hungary’s NGO crackdown is FAR(A) from the truth

Well, isn’t that interesting? It seems the federal government of the US has taken exception to the activities of Russian-owned media outlet, RT, and will require RT to formally register as a foreign agent under FARA.

Oct 3, 2017 - Zoltán Kovács

Why do these NGOs resist transparency?

A number of Soros-funded NGOs in Hungary have declared that they will not comply with the new NGO law and will instead boycott out of civil disobedience. There’s nothing valiant in their cause, just hypocrisy. The fact that the same NGOs have no problem abiding by even stricter rules and regulations in Germany, Austria, Israel, and the US speaks for itself.

Jul 21, 2017 - Zoltán Kovács
News in Brief

Rules surrounding NGOs are much stricter in the USA

"The most recent statement by the US Department of State is another stark example of double standards, since the regulation in force in the USA is much stricter than that in Hungary. In the United States, Soros organizations could never do what they are doing in Europe," Hungary's International Communications Office said

Jun 20, 2017
News in Brief

President Ader signs new law governing NGOs in Hungary

The president referred to civil organizations as “indispensable and respectable” players of a democracy. He said that Hungary had over 56,000 civil organizations and insisted that 99 percent of them would be left unaffected by the new legislation

Jun 16, 2017

Myths and Facts about Hungary and George Soros (Part 2)

Democracy means first and foremost accountability and the people’s right to participate in the decision making of their lives and futures. Governments, including the Hungarian government, are held accountable and can be voted out of power. The shadowy power networks of the “open society” are accountable to no one.

May 30, 2017 - Zoltán Kovács